Our long national nightmare is over: the final chapter in Pantygate has been closed.
Charges have been dropped against the woman who was with former University of Georgia Athletic Director Damon Evans when he was arrested for driving under the influence in northeast Atlanta nearly two years ago.
The Atlanta city solicitor’s office dismissed the disorderly conduct charge against Courtney Fuhrmann on Monday.
Fuhrmann was a passenger in Evans’ BMW the night of June 30, 2010, when he was pulled over on Roswell Road near Chastain Drive.
Georgia State Patrol Trooper M. Cabe wrote in his report on the traffic stop that Evans had a pair of red panties between his legs, and when asked about them, he told the trooper that Fuhrmann “took them off and I held them because I was trying to get her home.”
The only unanswered question is whether the undergarment in question was ever returned to Ms. Fuhrmann.