Judge to LSU's Hill: no bars, be home at 9 p.m.
BATON ROUGE- A judge was forceful with LSU running back Jeremy Hill, telling him not to go to bars and also setting up a curfew.
Judge Bonnie Jackson told Hill Tuesday "not to go to any bars... anywhere."
Hill will also be under a curfew from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. while he is on probation.
Hill was arrested after a bar fight two weekends ago where the victim was knocked unconscious. Hill was suspended from the football team following his arrest. He was previously on probation after an arrest while he was in high school.
Robert Bayardo was also arrested in connection with the fight. Police said Bayardo is the one who hit the victim, knocking him out, after Hill hit the victim first.
Hill claims the victim heckled him about his past before the altercation.
Hill returns to court in August.
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