Greg Kelley, a former Texas high school football player who was legally exonerated last November following a wrongful conviction in 2014 in a child sexual assault case, has … He was sentenced to 25 years in jail for sexual assault on a child under the age of 10 in 2014. Kelley’s attorney said after this (wrongful conviction), he would pursue the compensation due to Kelley under the Wrongful Incarceration Act. Kelley has since been exonerated and is moving forward with his life--recently marrying his longtime girlfriend and attending college at the University of Texas at Austin--but he says the documentary will naturally reopen some old wounds. Greg Kelley currently resides in the Cedar Park area with his wife Gaebri, where he attends the University of Texas and runs his own small business. Kelley was a promising young football star who dreamed of making it big in the field, one day. WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Texas — Greg Kelley has been officially exonerated years after he was convicted of sexually abusing a young boy. Where is Greg Kelley now? Outcry captures the rippling effect a controversial case has on a once united community. Recently, his case was reviewed again and he was proved not guilty. When someone’s kidnapped, the assailant kidnaps the joy, peace and love from their loved ones. Kelly was wrongfully accused of a crime he had not done in the year 2014. I played at Texas, and athletically, GK fits in as a scholarship player - not just a walk-on.". It was obviously the right thing to do because the evidence showed that he was not guilty at all. I missed it so much and can't wait to pad up this week!". View Greg Kelley’s full profile. “I said it in the documentary,” Hills said. Neathery is now the defensive coordinator and assistant head coach at Eastern Michigan under head coach Chris Creighton. Wrongly convicted former Leander safety Greg Kelley, whose story has been featured in the Showtime documentary "Outcry," announced on his social media that he has received a … “If GK could get through all the things he had to get through - getting cleared and then getting into the University of Texas - I’d bet everything on him to do what it takes to earn the right to put on that Texas jersey. Greg’s exact date of birth is not known but he was born in the year 1996. Greg was to serve 25 years sentence in prison for a crime he had not done. “If GK could get through all the things he had to get through - getting cleared and then getting into the University of Texas - I’d bet everything on him to do what it takes to earn the right to put on that Texas jersey. by Alex Edwards • Oct 8, 2020 [Photo: Courtesy Hari Mari] by Alex Edwards • Oct 8, 2020. AUSTIN, Texas — Texas Athletics officials confirmed to KVUE July 10 that Greg Kelley had participated in a walk-on tryout for the football team this spring. I just want to get out there and play my heart out. Greg Kelly is an innocent man who was wrongfully accused of a crime he had not done. He also has a fundraising page on a website so he can start his life again. So far, Texas has passed on the walk-on tryout of former Leander football player Greg Kelley, whose wrongful conviction is the subject of the Showtime documentary "Outcry." He is active on Instagram where he has more than nineteen thousand followers, who supposedly are his supporters too. Texas high school football star Greg Kelley and Jonathan McCarty weren’t just close friends; they also lived together for a while and even looked alike. Greg Kelley, a former Texas high-school standout who was wrongfully convicted of two child sexual-assault charges and was completely exonerated in … According to Hampton, compensation would include free tuition to any college in Texas, payment of about $80,000 a year, and a “small” annuity. Select the best result to find their address, phone number, relatives, and public records.