NORMAN — University of Oklahoma sophomore wide receiver Trey Metoyer was released on his own recognizance Wednesday after making an initial court appearance on two felony charges of indecent exposure.
Metoyer, 20, is accused of exposing himself to two women on different occasions at a southeast Norman apartment complex.
According to a court affidavit filed in Cleveland County District Court, Metoyer exposed himself Aug. 29 while sitting in his car parked near an apartment where a woman was standing outside on a balcony.
A second count alleges he exposed himself Sept. 17 to a woman outside another apartment in the same complex after first asking her to go inside and get him a pen. When she returned with the pen, he was exposing himself, according to the woman's statement to police, the affidavit states.
One of the victims later identified Metoyer in a photo lineup as the man who exposed himself to her, the affidavit states.
The affidavit says Metoyer admitted to the incidents and told a police officer he was “not thinking clearly” at the times they occurred.
Metoyer, accompanied by attorney David Smith, pleaded not guilty to the charges in an initial appearance before Special District Judge Steve Stice. A preliminary hearing conference was set for 1 p.m. Nov. 12.
Coach Bob Stoops said Metoyer has been suspended from the team. Stoops said he did not anticipate Metoyer returning to the team in the future.
Metoyer had not played since before the Oct. 5 game against Texas Christian University. He arrived in Norman as a five-star prospect from Whitehouse, Texas, and started the first four games of his true freshman season in 2012. But he fell out of the lineup and rarely played as the season progressed.