Report: Sooner WR Trey Metoyer Suspended After Indecent Exposure Charges
TULSA, Okla. (CBS Houston) – The college football career of Oklahoma University wide receiver Trey Metoyer appears to be over.
According to Soonerscoop.com, the sophmore has been charged with two counts of indecent exposure.
If convicted, he could face 10 years in prison and a $20,000 fine.
Metoyer allegedly exposed himself to two different women in Norman.
Court documents obtained by Soonerscoop.com say that on Aug. 25 he exposed himself to a woman in a parking lot and then committed a lewd act.
The second victim was standing on a balcony on Sept. 17.
He allegedly asked for a pen, then exposed himself and repeated the lewd act when the woman returned with a pen.
The woman from the second incident picked Metoyer out of a police lineup, according to the documents.
Metoyer at first denied the allegations, then “admitted to each incident.”
OU issued a statement announcing Metoyer would no longer be playing football for the Sooners.
“Trey has not been said head coach Bob Stoops.
Metoyer was considered a five star recruit when he entered college in 2011 and was expected to become a standout player this season.