Michigan State football player Auston Robertson is in trouble with the law.
According to reports, Robertson is facing a third-degree criminal sexual conduct charge stemming from a sexual assult investigation of an incident on April 9.
The report comes from mlive.com.
Robertson was suspended from the Spartans’ spring game.
“[W]e will continue to educate and enforce high standards for the program. I expect all of our players to conduct themselves in a manner that reflects the values and principles of Michigan State University,” a statement from head coach Mark Dantonio read when Robertson was suspended.
The former four-star recruit was previously charged with misdemeanor battery before signing with Michigan State.
Last season, he played in seven games as a true freshman.