REPORT: Leak Receives "No Trespass" Letter

Posted Oct 23, 2013

According to a report from USA Today, NC State has sent disassociated booster Eric Leak a "no trespass" letter.

USA Today: N.C. State issues 'no trespass' letter to disassociated booster Eric Leak

North Carolina State university police have issued a "no trespass" letter to disassociated booster Eric Leak and his wife Emily one month after a USA TODAY Sports public records request revealed that a vehicle registered to the couple was cited for campus parking tickets.

"After learning recently that Emily Leak's automobile had been ticketed twice on campus in the spring of 2013, University Police issued a 'no trespass' letter to Eric and Emily Leak in October 2013 prohibiting them from stepping onto N.C. State property," university spokesperson Brad Bohlander told USA TODAY Sports in a statement.

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