The Journal Inquirer of Connecticut reported that neither Miles nor the woman who filed the complaint appeared in Vernon Superior Court Monday when the case was called.
Miles was expelled from UConn last Thursday and will have the criminal case continued Nov. 25. The charges could be dropped if Miles gets counseling. Miles, who returned home to Toledo, Ohio, has until Thursday to file an appeal with UConn.
“That was his dream to play at UConn,” Miles’ legal guardian Sean Patterson told the journal Inquirer. “He doesn’t want to go anywhere else.”