The University of Georgia made the phone records available this afternoon for the bill spanning between June 7 and July 6, after releasing hundreds of pages of documents under an Open Records request earlier this week.
Among the 261 text messages to 28-year-old Courtney Fuhrmann, a Lakeside High graduate, listed on the bill are four on July 1, the morning after the late-night arrest on an Atlanta street. Evans, who is married, also phoned Fuhrmann 11 times, including twice within an hour after he held a news conference in Athens on the evening of July 1 where he apologized.
Evans resigned days later.
Records obtained earlier this week showed that Evans met Fuhrmann more than five weeks before the night of the arrest, according to an e-mail that Fuhrmann sent Evans. They exchanged a total of 18 messages during that one-month period through early June.
In the July 1 news conference, Evans called Fuhrmann "just a friend," but Fuhrmann told police that she had been seeing Evans "only a week or so," according to the Georgia State Patrol arrest report.