A contrite Auston Matthews was relieved to move on after a charge of disorderly conduct against him was dismissed on Wednesday.
In the police report and subsequent police body-cam interview that surfaced, the victim, who is a security guard at the Arizona condominium complex at which Matthews is a resident, alleged that Matthews and a group of males attempted to break into her auto at around 2 a.m., where she was doing paper work.
Fayola Dozithee claimed she was sitting in a locked auto on the condo's property when a group of people, including Matthews, allegedly tried to get inside her vehicle in the early morning hours of May 26.
As Matthews walked away, he "pulled his trousers down, bent over and grabbed his butt cheeks", though he kept on his underwear, the woman told police.
The charge came to light in September, and there was some embarrassment for the Leafs as Matthews had not told the team of his legal issues.
Matthews was charged during the summer after the incident took place in the early morning hours of May 26 at his condo building in Scottsdale, Ariz. The guard said Matthews kept his underwear on.
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A spokesperson for the city, says the two have reached an out of court settlement and therefore all charges are dropped.
"Any time something goes wrong in your life you just want to own it and get on with it as quick as you can, and sometimes when you don't like the way you handled something or the way it went, that's the hardest part", said Babcock. I think he's done a real good job of owning this situation and moving on. "Anybody who is a pro athlete and in the public eye has [that] responsibility". I can assure you I've learned from my mistakes.
Maple Leafs president and alternate governor Brendan Shanahan said Matthews, pictured, has learned a valuable lesson.
In 20 games this season, he has 13 goals and 13 assists for 26 points.
Matthews first withheld the situation from the Maple Leafs, including general manager Kyle Dubas, who said that he found out about the matter via Twitter.