According to Mendes’ managers at MMA Inc, he has not been arrested or asked to appear in Hanford, the site of the incident. The UFC featherweight has fully cooperated with the authorities throughout the process.
An arraignment for Mendes has been set for Sept 19.
Following the initial report of the incident on Aug 3, Mendes vehemently denied the charges, and continues to do so as he faces this misdemeanor charge.
In the statement received from his management sent to MMAWeekly.com on Saturday evening, Mendes asks the media and fans to remember that he has the presumption of innocence until proven guilty.
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