Cincinnati Football Employee Accused of Exposing Self at Ft. Mitchell Kroger, Fired
An employee with the University of Cincinnati football team has been fired after it was learned that he was charged with sexual abuse in June.
Antrione Archer, 28, was arrested June 14 and charged with third degree sexual abuse.
The alleged incident happened in May, according to court records.
On May 27, Archer was at the Ft. Mitchell Kroger store and asked a 73-year old employee to help finding some vitamins and pulled his penis from his pants and placed the exposed penis against the woman, WKRC reported.
The University of Cincinnati only recently learned of the incident and Archer has been fired. According to his bio on the UC Bearcats athletic site, which has since been removed, Archer is a graduate of Central Michigan University where he played for former UC Coach Butch Jones, and was Cincinnati's director of player development.
Photo: Antrione Archer/via Kenton Co. Detention Center