LSU defensive tackle Trey Lealaimatafao has been suspended by head coach Les Miles after being arrested for “simple battery and simple robbery”, the Advocate has reported.

The redshirt freshman was involved in a fight outside a Baton Rouge bar on Tuesday, where he dug through the pockets of a male victim after he and a group of other- unnamed- suspects, beat the man unconscious outside Reggie’s Bar on Tuesday.

Even if that wasn’t enough, Lealaimatafao then punched the victim’s girlfriend in the face with a closed fist as she tried to get in the way of the attack.

He has been remanded on $15,000 bail, but hasn’t yet left jail.

This is Lealaimatafao’s third off-the-field arrest, after he was arrested for stealing a bicycle and he also punched a gym window.

Lealaimatafao was ranked as the 55th-best player in Texas and the country’s 33rd-best defensive tackle by

THE LOW-DOWN: With any luck, Les Miles will throw Lealaimatafao off the team. Mind you, we said that about Jeremy Hill. 


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