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3 UNC football players, including two 5-star players among 10 charged after student’s death in high-speed crash

3 UNC football players among 10 charged after student's death in high-speed crash
3 UNC football players among 10 charged after student’s death in high-speed crash, including Travis Shaw the second highest commitment to the program ever.

We are learning that three University of North Carolina star football players are being charged by police one month after a 20-year old University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill student was killed in a high-speed crash.

Prosecutors have charged 10 people in the death of Molly Rotunda, and three of those 10 are UNC football players to include two 5 star athletes.

Rotunda was killed in January when the car she was in was going 124 miles per hour in a 45 mile per hour zone. Flemeeja Brewer was the driver of the vehicle according to police documents.

Last week Alcohol Law Enforcement (ALE) charged seven people for their involvement including on charges of serving alcohol to people younger than 21.

The three football players charged were Travis Shaw a former 5 star recruit and junior defensive lineman, Zach Rice a Sophomore offensive lineman and another 5-star recruit, and last was Malaki Hamrick a Sophomore.

Hamrick was charged with underaged drinking, while Shaw allegedly bought the three bottles of Casamigos Tequila, and Rice wasn’t in the car driven by Brewer but instead was behind the wheel of a different car after allegedly drinking while underage.

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