Former Husker fined for exposing himself

2014-04-04T15:20:00Z 2014-04-10T14:11:08Z Former Husker fined for exposing himselfBy the Lincoln Journal Star

A judge fined former Husker Avery Moss $500 on Friday for exposing himself to a student worker at a campus convenience store.

Lancaster County Judge Gale Pokorny asked defense attorney Brad Roth about Moss' status at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and on the football team.

For now, Roth said, he’s suspended and working full time at Sid Dillon.

Moss, 19, has been banned from the UNL campus through Dec. 31, and Roth said he isn’t eligible to ask to be reinstated until December.

The judge asked about counseling, and Moss said he's been going to sessions for a year and a half.

According to UNL police, Moss exposed himself twice to a 22-year-old student worker at the campus convenience store in December 2012.

The store clerk told police about the incident four days later. She said she didn’t know Moss was a football player, but identified him as the man who flashed her. Officers checked out surveillance footage, which they say backed up the woman’s account.

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