Former Lions wide receiver Titus Young missed another court appearance Tuesday, though it won’t cost him.
According to David Leon Moore of USA Today, an Orange County (Calif.) judge excused Young from a scheduled hearing for his string of arrests earlier this year.
Superior Court Judge Andre Manssourian said the reason for Young’s absence was “confidential and put in a confidential file,” but Young’s attorney said more.
“He’s safe,” attorney Altus W. Hudson said. “He’s still suffering from concussions.”
Hudson didn’t offer specifics, but that went beyond the previous vague descriptions of mental issues that Young’s own father mentioned.
Young’s next scheduled appearance is set for Aug. 6, but Hudson said he wasn’t sure if he’d be there.