Report: Charges led to WR suspension

Oklahoma has suspended wide receiver Trey Metoyer indefinitely after he was reportedly charged with two counts of indecent exposure on Tuesday.

Coach Bob Stoops announced the suspension Tuesday night.

"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," said Stoops in a statement.

The charges stem from two incidents earlier this year, according to Soonerscoop, which first reported the news and says it has seen the probable cause affidavits.

According to the report, in the first alleged incident on Aug. 29, a woman reported that she witnessed a man in his car in a parking lot beneath her balcony with his genitals exposed and performing a lewd act.

In the second alleged incident, a woman reportedly said a man approached her asking for an ink pen. When she returned with the pen from her apartment, the police report says the man was performing a lewd act and asked if she would want the pen back.

The woman later picked Metoyer from a six-person photo lineup, according to Soonerscoop.

Metoyer entered the season with high expectations, but had just two catches for 18 yards and a touchdown and hadn't played since the Week 5 win over Notre Dame.

Receivers coach Jay Norvell said last week that Metoyer was "taking a little break from football."

A week earlier, Norvell said of Metoyer's absence, "It's not an easy thing to play college football. There's a lot of responsibilities. There's a lot of things day in and day out you have to accomplish."

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