Oklahoma Sooners’ wide receiver Trey Metoyer was charged with two felony counts of indecent exposure on Wednesday. According to CBSsportsline.com, Trey Metoyer’s career with the Oklahoma Sooners is over.
The incidents in question came at two separate times, and each charge carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison. In addition, if Metoyer is found guilty, he’ll likely pay a hefty fine for his transgressions.
Coach Bob Stoops released a statement and said that Trey hasn’t been with the team since Oct. 5. He also said, “I do not anticipate that he will return to the team in the future.
According to SoonerScoop.com, Trey Metoyer exposed himself to the first victim in a Norman, OK parking lot on Aug. 29. He then performed a lewd act in front of the woman.
A few weeks later, on Sept. 17, Metoyer performed the same sickening act in front of another victim near an apartment complex. Here’s the story via CBSsportsline.com . "Metoyer then approached a second victim while she was walking her dog Sept. 17. After asking to borrow an ink pen, Metoyer allegedly exposed himself and repeated the lewd act when the woman came back out of her apartment with the pen."
Since Trey Metoyer's suspension before the TCU game, the Sooners' offense struggled. Yet, he wasn't much of a factor during the early season. Now his promising career with Oklahoma has come to an end.
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