When Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy appears in court on July 15 on domestic violence charges, his accuser will be there too.
According to the Charlotte Observer, a subpoena has been issued for Nicole Holder to appear that day.
Asked is she expected Holder to testify, assistant district attorney Jamie Adams said, “I would hope so.”
Hardy faces up to 60 days in jail if convicted of the charge, which stemmed from an altercation at his apartment. Holder acccused Hardy of slamming her into a bed covered with guns, and threatening to shoot her.
Hardy’s attorneys have characterized her as the aggressor.
Her testimony will likely be vital to the case, and since the two are not married, there is no spousal privilege which prevents her from testifying.