By Lucas Ewing
The Carolina Panthers placed interim general manager Marty Hurney on paid leave on Tuesday after his ex-wife accused him of harassment last week.
Per the complaint filed, she stated that her classroom had been “broken into by Martin [Marty Hurney] or his proxies” and that sticky notes had been placed in a book in her home, “highlighting certain words such as “victim,” “Terrorize,” “court of law,” “least prosperous” and “may resort to violence.”
Later in the report, she also mentioned that “I feel my phone, my laptop and my security system have all been hacked by him or his proxies” and that she did not feel safe at work or at home.
According to Joseph Person of the Charlotte observer, Hurney’s ex-wife who filed the report, Jeanne Hurney, also filed suit for a restraining order on Friday, which was denied by the judge.
The judge who heard Jeanne Hurney’s complaint said there was no evidence Hurney had committed acts of domestic violence against her. District Judge Ronald Chapman refused to issue an immediate restraining order against Marty Hurney. Chapman set a Feb. 16 hearing on the...