Former Oklahoma DB L.J. Moore accused of prostituting woman

Former Oklahoma DB L.J. Moore, who left the team in 2014, is accused of prostituting a former Sooners cheerleader.
Former Oklahoma DB L.J. Moore, who left the team in 2014, is accused of prostituting a former Sooners cheerleader.

Former Oklahoma defensive back L.J. Moore has reportedly been arrested and accused of prostituting a woman.

Citing a probable cause affidavit filed in Oklahoma County, Fox25 in Oklahoma City reports that on Thursday an undercover vice officer arranged to meet with a woman — later identified as 23-year-old Micah Madison Parker (who is reportedly a former OU cheerleader) — who was advertising sex.

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From the TV station:

Once at the room, Parker allegedly offered to provide the undercover officer $200 in exchange for sex. Vice detectives then entered the room and attempted to take Parker into custody. The affidavit alleges that Parker tossed several cell phones into the toilet before being arrested.

Detectives then searched the room and allegedly found burnt marijuana and a green substance believed to be codeine. Jail calls and social media conversations led officers to believe that Lawrence “LJ” Moore, 22, was reportedly involved in prostituting Parker.

Officers arrested Moore as he later arrived at the hotel to pick up Parker’s vehicle.

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Moore faces complaints of aiding and abetting prostitution, pandering, possession of a controlled dangerous substance and marijuana possession. Parker was booked on complaints of evidence destruction, offering to engage in an act of prostitution and two counts of a controlled dangerous substance.

Moore was a four-star safety prospect from Fresno, Calif., in 2013 when he signed with Oklahoma. He played in two games that freshman season with the Sooners before leaving the team the following winter.

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