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State To Use Video Evidence Of Nick Gordon In No Contact Order Violation Case

Nick Gordon Video Evidence No Contact Order Violation
Source: MEGA

May 18 2018, Published 3:52 p.m. ET

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Florida state attorneys are planning to use multiple forms of evidence against Bobbi Kristina’s ex, Nick Gordon, in his upcoming court hearing, has exclusively learned.

According to documents filed in Seminole County on Friday, Gordon’s attorney requested state attorneys to share what materials of evidence they plan to use against Gordon.

Gordon is expected in court in June for violating pre-trial conditions. As readers know, he was accused of visiting his girlfriend, Laura Leal, after a Florida judge ordered him to have no contact with her. The order came after Gordon was accused of battery for allegedly assaulting Leal in March.

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Gordon’s battery charge was ultimately dropped.

According to the court filing, state attorneys plan to use statements made to police by a Seminole County sheriff as well as Gordon’s girlfriend, Laura Leal.

Additionally, the state plans to use DVD footage of body camera surveillance, as well as a copy of Gordon’s first appearance in court for his battery case.

A case report and the exact conditions set forth by the judge will also be included, the documents claim.

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The document states that Gordon and his attorney are able to view what the state has in its possession before the upcoming hearing.

Gordon is scheduled to appear on June 5.

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