Man charged with evidence tampering in Vanderbilt rape case to appear in court


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – The lawyer for the California man charged with tampering with evidence in the Vanderbilt rape case will appear in court Thursday.

Miles Finley, a high school friend of convicted rapist Brandon Vandenburg, has pleaded not guilty to the charge. News 2 has learned Finley himself will not appear.

Finley allegedly received a video and photos from Vandenburg on the night of the sex assault of Vandenburg’s then-girlfriend in June of 2013.

He previously testified during the trial for Vandenburg and Cory Batey that Vandenburg later came to visit him in California and destroyed his phone.

Vandenburg and Batey were each convicted on multiple aggravated rape and aggravated sexual battery counts last month.

They face sentencing on March 6.



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