Update: (10:22 p.m.): Athletic Director Bubba Cunningham said in a statement that Allen Artis is officially on the UNC football team again.
"After conversations with Coach Fedora and Allen, we have reinstated Allen to our football program effective immediately,” Cunningham stated.
Update: (5:45 p.m.): Orange County District Attorney Jim Woodall, said the decision to dismiss Artis' case was agreed upon mutually by both parties.
"I hope that they are able to move past this, these cases are very difficult, but they're both young and they've got bright futures and I hope that they fulfill those bright futures," Woodall said.
Update (10:14 p.m.): Athletic Director Bubba Cunningham said in a statement that Allen Artis is no longer suspended and is eligible to be on the UNC football team.
"Allen Artis is eligible for reinstatement to our football program," Cunningham stated. "Coach Fedora and I look forward to meeting with Allen and his family soon to discuss next steps moving forward."
UNC football player Allen Artis, who was suspended from the football team after he was charged with a misdemeanor assault a female and sexual battery, had his case dismissed on Thursday.