Texas A&M Football Player Reportedly Exposed Himself To Tutors

A Texas A&M football player has found himself in some hot water.
According to reports, Aggies wide receiver Kirk Merritt has been charged with two counts of indecent exposure for allegedly exposing himself to two different program tutors during the fall semester.
The news comes from the Houston Chronicle which states:

In one count, an alleged victim accused Merritt of exposing and touching himself “while sitting in arm’s reach” of her “on or about” Oct. 24. About a day later according to a court document, another alleged victim claimed Merritt pulled down his shorts and held himself also “while sitting in arm’s reach” of her. The document describes both alleged victims as “offended or alarmed by the act of exposure.”

Merritt has not played a down for Texas A&M, after being forced to sit out last season following a transfer from Oregon.
Merritt has pleaded not guilty to the two charges and the Aggies have yet to issue an official statement on the matter.
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