Coral Springs police arrested Zachary Bailey last year after a woman claimed that he had sexually battered her inside her home.READ MORE: Ramirez homer caps 5-run 1st, Rays beat Marlins 5-4
On Wednesday, the state announced that they would not be moving forward with the case. Bailey’s attorney, Johnny McCray Jr., said he wasn’t surprised in the least.READ MORE: Psychologist shares how to talk to your child about Texas school shooting
“I saw it coming. The case just disintegrated. The woman made a number of statements that were false and were highly questionable,” said McCray.MORE NEWS: New FBI report finds active shooter attacks on the rise
Bailey worked as a probation officer for 20 before he was fired. McCray did not say if he would try to get his job back.