Wide receiver Trey Metoyer's days with the Oklahoma football program appear to be over after the sophomore was reportedly charged Tuesday with two felony counts of indecent exposure.
SoonerScoop.com was first to report the details of the case against Metoyer after obtaining the probable cause affidavit that included statements from two women who said Metoyer exposed himself to them in two separate incidents in Norman Aug. 29 and Sept. 17.
The affidavit described the first incident this way:
"The victim advised she was on a balcony smoking a cigarette when she observed the black male driving through the parking lot ? in a red Grand Am. The black male backed up and pulled into a parking spot. The victim noticed a short time later that the black male had his (genitals) exposed while sitting in the car (performing a lewd act)."
Metoyer, a product of Whitehouse, Texas, allegedly made face-to-face contact with the victim in the second incident in September, according to the affidavit as reported by SoonerScoop.com.
"It was learned that the victim was walking her dog when she was approached by a black male who asked her if he could borrow a pen. The victim went into her apartment to get an ink pen and when she came back outside, the black male was (performing a lewd act) in front of her apartment. The black male then asked the victim if she would want the pen back."
Metoyer, who was on the preseason Biletnikoff Award watch list, has been indefinitely suspended from the team.
"Trey has not been with us since prior to the TCU game and at this time I do not anticipate that he will return to the team in the future," coach Bob Stoops said in a statement given to SoonerScoop.
Metoyer caught two passes for 18 yards and a touchdown in four games this season.
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