Ranked 11 th nationwide as middle linebacker, the Californian had committed to play football at the University of Southern California after a series of offers from other Division 1 schools.
Brian was a 16 year old football star at Polytechnic High School in Long Beach, California when Wanetta Gibson (renamed Kennisha Rice in the movie) accused him of rape on school grounds. Banks was expelled from school, lost his athletic scholarship to USC, and poor legal advice led him to a plea bargain that resulted in his serving a 5 year prison sentence and another 5 years on restrictive.A football player's dreams to play in the NFL are halted when he is wrongly convicted and sent to prison. Years later, he fights to clear his name within an unjust system. Director Tom Shadyac Starring Aldis Hodge, Greg Kinnear, Sherri Shepherd Genres Drama Subtitles English (CC) Audio languages English. Rentals include 30 days to start watching this video and 48 hours to finish once started.This is the moment Brian Banks finds out he is exonerated after spending over 5 years in prison for a rape that NEVER happened. This made me happy. At 16, Brian Banks, a star football player on his way to USC, had his life destroyed when he was ar.
A promising high school football star, Brian Banks lost 11 years of his life after being wrongfully accused of rape by a fellow Long Beach Poly student in 2002 and persuaded to plead no contest in.
Before he was wrongfully accused of raping and kidnapping a classmate, Brian Banks was a high school football star in Long Beach who dreamed of making it to the big leagues. But to stay sane.
USC Football Player Arrested, Accused of Assaulting Woman. The victim told deputies the football player grabbed her by the neck and threw her down a set of stairs. Author: wltx Published: 8:07 PM.
This certainly fits the dictionary definition of minutia, but the latest reported flouting of NCAA guidelines by Lane Kiffin may end up not being a flout at all.And, being as fair and balanced as.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll once told Banks he could 'be something.' After years of cruel injustice, Banks now uses his past to educate others.
Daniels seems poised to continue his streak with a new project about Brian Banks, a high school football player who was wrongfully imprisoned for five years. Advertisement Banks, who had committed to play football for USC before being accused of rape by a classmate, was railroaded into a plea deal he was told would result in no more than 18 months of imprisonment.
It’s a true story about an All-American football player who went to prison for a crime he did not commit. The eponymous biopic, directed by Tom Shadyac, chronicles Banks’ account from being high school football star who had committed to USC by his junior year, to having his life upended when he is falsely accused of rape, to reaching his goal of playing in the NFL. Throughout his 10-year.
Two USC football players and a former Gamecock student-athlete have been accused of assaulting a man at a Five Points bar over the weekend, according to a Columbia Police Department incident report.
According to the Associated Press, the Seattle Seahawks have offered former USC recruit Brian Banks a tryout with the team.Banks hasn't accepted the invitation.
Auston Robertson's MSU football recruitment details should be made public, lawyers say. alleging that he was wrongfully arrested and accused of covering up a sexual assault by the three.
Southern California football player Brian Banks was a rising star in 2002 when his career was abruptly derailed by a rape charge that sent him to prison. Banks entered into a plea agreement after.
Cox has maintained that his client was wrongfully accused. A surveillance video seen by the grand jury showed the two women, ages 19 and 20, ''frolicking in the stairs and in the hallway'' after.
Two former USC football recruiting staff members who worked directly with an administrator who stands accused of accepting bribes said they had no knowledge of the alleged scheme. Business California.
Brian Banks, the star football linebacker who received a full scholarship to USC before being falsely accused of rape and having to spend over a decade behind bars, is finally getting the chance to tell his story.