Former defensive end Tevin Elliott was indicted on three counts of sexual assault Monday by a McLennan County grand jury, according to The Baylor Lariat.
All three counts are said to involve a single victim, with two of the assault charges stemming from a single incident occurring on April 15 at a party held in the Aspen Heights Apartments.
Elliott was arrested on April 30 by the Waco Police Department after an arrest warrant had been obtained. Elliott was released on a $10,000 bond.
According to Elliott’s attorney, Jason Darling, Elliot is currently not incarcerated, but will be booked soon for the third count, which occurred in November 2009.
Elliott had been suspended by the Baylor football for violation of team policies, a decision he had begun to appeal. However, Elliot withdrew his appeal and transferred to Central Arkansas State University.
Darling said Elliott will enter a plea of not-guilty for the two April counts.