A former University of Cincinnati football employee will serve up to 90 days in jail for exposing himself at a northern Kentucky Kroger store.
Antrione Archer was the Director of Player Welfare and Development for the Bearcat football team from 2011 until his September 2014 arrest.
Archer, 28, reportedly exposed himself to a 73-year-old employee at the Fort Mitchell Kroger and touched the worker with his genitalia, according to Kenton County Attorney Garry Edmondson.
He pleaded guilty to third degree sexual abuse and will be fined $409.
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