According to the Arapahoe Sheriff, Jeudy was held on a charge of second-degree criminal tampering with a domestic violence enhancer, which is classified as a misdemeanor. Jeudy was on a no bond hold.
This morning, Adam Schefter tweeted that the DA in Arapahoe County has moved to dismiss all charges against Jerry Jeudy in advance of his scheduled hearing. His attorney, Harvey Steinberg, gave more information.
“After reviewing the evidence, I always believed that no crime had been committed and all charges would be dismissed."
The judge must still sign a motion to dismiss the case but it's expected to happen with the motion filed by DA, according to Broncos reporter for 9NEWS, Miles Klis.
Jeudy was drafted in the first-round of the 2020 NFL draft. Denver used the 15th-overall pick to select the standout wide receiver at Alabama.
He played three seasons in college football and appeared in 42 games. In his college career, he's totaled 159 receptions, 2,742 yards, and 26 touchdown receptions.
With the most recent news of him being cleared of all charges, he'll likely not have to worry about a suspension from the NFL.
Fan respond to the news of Jerry Jeudy being cleared of all charges
As expected, there was some reaction from the fans to this latest development in the case related to Jerry Jeudy. Fans put out their views through social media.
This Twitter user thinks that the NFL lawyers worked their magic in the case.
This Twitter user pointed out that Jeudy still had to spend the night in jail after no crime was committed.
This Twitter user thinks Jeudy will become the best receiver in the league now that he doesn't have to face suspension.
This Twitter user thinks there's a chance he could still be suspended.
This fan posted a meme referring to Russell Wilson being relieved with the news.
Another Twitter user thinks it's a rare W for Arapahoe county.
This Twitter handle questions whether ESPN will send notifcations to everyone's phone sharing his innocenece like they did when the news was first reported.
This person believes it was a situation of "baby mama drama" that was later settled between the two.
This Twitter user thinks he should still be suspended, in the same way the league suspended Ezekiel Elliot in 2016 after his charges were dropped in his case.
'Queen of Bluntness!' thinks this is good news to hear and hopes Jeudy and his girlfriend learn from the situation.