The video of Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon has been made public 10 days after the Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled in favor of the city of Norman releasing the video.

The incident occurred in 2014 and resulted in Mixon being suspended for his entire freshman season with the Sooners. He has since returned to the program, rushing for more than 1,700 yards and 13 touchdowns the past two seasons.

The victim, Amelia Molitor, is suing Mixon for punching her inside a Norman restaurant, which left her with broken bones in her face. The running back's attorney claims that she repeatedly instigated the hostility.

NewsOK has much more on the lawsuit if you'd like to follow the case.

WARNING: The video contains graphic violence.