This is a good way to end your football career before it even begins.
Virginia Tech cornerback Dwayne “D.J.” Crossen has been charged with a misdemeanor stemming from making an illicit video of another person, according to Mike Gangloff and Mike Niziolek of The Roanoke Times.
Suspended Virginia Tech defensive back Dwayne Lamont Crossen has been charged with making a video of an unclothed woman without her consent.
According to last year’s search warrant, a woman accused Crossen of making a video of her while she and Crossen engaged in consensual sex. The woman told investigators that Crossen asked if it would be alright to make a video and she told him no. Later, however, the woman received a Snapchat message that included a video of her “in a state of undress.”
The woman also received a message saying the video would be posted online “everywhere.” Since then, the woman received a number of messages from people asking to meet here, the search warrant said.
On February 12th, Crossen was suspended from the football program for an unspecified violation of team rules since September 2018.