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Amelia "Mia" Molitor (born February 11, 1994) is a student at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, OK. [5]  [1]  

Personal Life

Amelia Molitor is from Euless, Texas a suburb of Fort Worth, Texas[1]


Her mother graduated from OU in the 1980s with an accounting degree. Her father grew up in Moore before graduating from the University of Texas-Arlington.  [1]


Amelia was a fan of the Oklahoma Sooners football team her whole life and aspired to attend Oklahoma University

She had said "Love the school; loved the football team my whole life".  [1]


When Molitor was 5, she bought her mother an “OU MOM” bumper sticker. Molitor attended the 2000 national championship game in Miami. Her mother has been a season-ticket holder since 2005.  [1]


“Ask anybody who ever met me,” Molitor said. “The University of Oklahoma is one of the first loves of my life.”  [1]


Amelia Molitor is in a dual degree program in Human resources/Philosophy at Oklahoma University (OU). [1]


“Every time on campus, I felt at home,” Molitor said. When she arrived as a freshman in 2012, she was giddy and ecstatic. “Excited to start that chapter in my life.” She moved into Muldrow Tower in the Adams Center, the same dorm her mom lived in 32 years before. [1]


 Amelia Molitor previously attended Trinity High School (Euless, Texas). When applying for universities she only applied to Oklahoma University. [1]


Molitor joined OU Cousins, an organization that matches students with an international student partner. She was in the Psychology Club. She went to football games. She worked at Louie's on Campus Corner. [1]

Assault by Joe Mixon

On July 25, 2014, Joe Mixon, a star football player at OU punched Amelia Molitor in the face breaking four bones in her face and knocking her to the ground. The assault required Amelia to undergo 8 hours of surgery on her face, and have her jaw wired shut for months. [1]


The assault happened the day after Amelia's birthday at 2 a.m at Pickleman's Cafe, which is located near the OU campus. [1]


Mixon, who had turned 18 the day before, walked into Pickleman's. Molitor told police Mixon, whom she did not know, directed a homosexual slur at her friend. Molitor shoved Mixon, who lunged back with a closed fist at his side. Molitor slapped at Mixon, who then hit her with a right hook that knocked Molitor off her feet. Her head slammed into a table as she fell to the ground. She suffered fractures in her jaw, cheekbone and other bones in her face. [1]


Mixon claimed that Moiltor had been intoxicated and had used racial slurs against him prior to the assault. [4]


Mixon and his teammates had been at Pickleman's to celebrate a recent football win. After the assult they left Pickleman's immediately. He was there less than 30 seconds. Friends took Molitor to Norman Regional Hospital, where she was treated and released several hours later. [3]


On December 16, 2016 surveillance video of the incident was released under court order to the press. The Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled 8-1 on Dec. 6 that the video showing the punch is a public record. Justices said the city of Norman must release that video to the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters. [3]


Joe Mixon took a pleading agreement in 2015, which allowed him to legally maintain innocence while acknowledging prosecutors had the evidence to convict him of misdemeanor assault. His victim filed a civil lawsuit against him in July.  OU suspended Mixon for the entire 2014 season but reinstated him for 2015, and he’s played the last two years [5]


Under a plea deal, he was put on probation for a year. He also was required to complete 100 hours of community service and undergo cognitive behavior counseling. [3]





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