The Crown has stayed charges against former Calgary Stampeder running back Joffrey Reynolds after learning he has been deported.
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The former CFL all-star was supposed to appear in court Tuesday on charges of failing to comply with conditions of his probation.
Reynolds was found guilty last February of being unlawfully in his ex-girlfriend's home and assaulting her in July 2012.
He was deported sometime between October and December, according to Crown prosecutor Hyatt Mograbee.
Reynolds was not supposed to contact his ex-girlfriend. He was also to face nearly a dozen other counts of failing to comply with probation conditions.
He had pleaded not guilty to those charges. Mograbee said all charges have been stayed as Reynolds is no longer in the country.
Reynolds, 34, is an American citizen. He was born in Texas.