STILLWATER — An Oklahoma State student accused former OSU football player Jamal Mosley of rape in a petition for a protective order. The petition was unsealed shortly after it was dismissed in Payne County Court on Wednesday.
The request for the protective order against the Cowboys’ former starting tight end was dismissed after neither party appeared in court. Mosley left the team earlier this week “for personal reasons,” coach Mike Gundy said.
In the petition, the student reported being picked up shortly before midnight by Mosley in his vehicle. She also reported being “very intoxicated” the night of Aug. 21 and remembering “scenes in my head of short moments throughout the night” after waking up in her own bed on the morning of Aug. 22.
In the petition, the student reported receiving a text message from Mosley stating “you left your camera over here.” The student said her clothes, sheets from Mosley’s apartment and her camera have been sent in for testing.
According to OSU police department activity logs, “a female student reported being raped by a male acquaintance at his residence in Davis Hall” at 2 a.m. Aug. 22.
It is unknown if that case and the Mosley case are related.
OSU’s director of communications, Gary Shutt, speaking on behalf of the OSU police department, declined to comment but confirmed the investigation into the Aug. 22 rape allegation was still active as of Thursday.
Mosley told the Daily O’Collegian, the OSU campus newspaper, late Wednesday that the restraining order request was shocking and that he had left the state with plans to enroll at the University of Tennessee.