Myles Davis, a senior guard at Xavier, is facing a second criminal charge involving his former girlfriend. The Cincinnati Enquirer reported Friday that court documents show that Davis has been charged with two incidents involving 23-year-old Kiley Stoll.
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The new charge is a misdemeanor criminal damaging charge. It was filed Monday. Last month, charges were filed against Davis regarding another incident involving Stoll. The second incident involved a broken cell phone and a dented car door.
Stoll’s father Ken Stoll said that her daughter was attending Xavier “but is scared off campus, now.”
“She is emotionally wrecked,” he told The Enquirer. “There have been a lot of tears, a lot of crying.”
Kiley Stoll, who dated Davis for about two years has been granted a protection order that prevents Davis from coming within 500 feet of Stoll except for on campus where he has to remain 10 feet away.
“There was no intent by Mr. Davis to harm any property,” said Bennett Bennett II, who is the second attorney Davis has retained. “He’s not guilty of the charges, and we look forward to our day in court.”
As of yet, the school has taken no disciplinary actions against Davis. The 6-foot-2 guard started 33 of 34 games last season for the Musketeers, averaging 10.8 points per game and leading the team in assists.