Florida woman wants to press charges against Holmes

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - A Florida woman suing Pittsburgh Steelers
receiver Santonio Holmes now wants to press charges against the
football player.

Anshonae Mills says Holmes grabbed her face and threw a glass at
her in an Orlando nightclub March 7. In her lawsuit, she claims Holmes and a police officer intimidated her so she wouldn't press charges.

But Orlando police Sgt. Barbara Jones said Friday that Mills changed her mind about pressing charges. Jones says the case has been reactivated.

Jones did not release more information about the investigation.

Holmes denies hurting Mills. According to a police report, he told an officer that Mills grabbed his wrist and called him a racial name.

Messages left for Holmes' and Mills' attorneys weren't immediately returned.

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