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Man accused of evidence tampering in Vanderbilt case enters not guilty plea

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A California man tied to the Vanderbilt rape case entered a not guilty plea in court Wednesday.

Miles Finley, a friend of one of the former football players, is accused of tampering with evidence in connection to the case. Finley waived his appearance in court Wednesday morning.

"Mr. Finley entered a plea of not guilty, and we will have a settlement date where we talk with the assistant district attorney next month," said his attorney, Bernie McEvoy.

Police say Finley is a friend of Brandon Vandenburg, who is one of four former Vanderbilt football players accused of raping a woman in a dorm room.

For now, all four former Vanderbilt football players are free on bond and have entered not guilty pleas.

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