The bathroom brawl involving Oklahoma football player Spencer Jones continues to develop.
On Wednesday, the OU Daily reported additional details, including a statement from the attorney of Walker Brown — the man seen in a viral video punching and taking down Jones in the men’s room at a Campus Corner bar — that said “there’s more to the story.”
Brown’s attorney, Steve Stice, said Brown sustained a torn biceps muscle during the fight and will require surgery. On Monday night, Brown started a GoFundMe page to help with medical and legal expenses, and as of Monday afternoon had raised more than $29,000.
“My client would first like to state how much he appreciates the overwhelming support he has received from friends, family, and complete strangers as he deals with the aftermath of the events of February 13, 2021,” Stice posted on the GoFundMe page. “As always, there is more to the story than what is depicted in the video. What is not shown is the original assault and battery suffered by Mr. Walker at the hands of Mr. Jones and his friend shortly before the captured footage. As can be seen, my client’s nose and clothing were bloodied prior to the beginning of the video. Mr. Walker was legally justified in defending himself in this matter. As a result, Mr. Walker received several injuries including a torn bicep which will require surgery. We will not make any further comment until the conclusion of the investigation by the authorities.”
Jones has retained Norman lawyer Woody Glass, who said his client sustained a fractured orbital socket, required four hours of surgery and nearly lost his eye.
The Daily also reportedly identifies the man with Jones as former OU football player Andrew Magee, a senior from Allen, TX, who was on the Sooners roster in 2018. The Daily reports that Magee declined comment when reached on Tuesday.