According to the Oklahoma City Oklahoman and several other local and national media outlets, a protective order was filed on Monday in Cleveland County District Court against Anderson, who is being accused of raping a 23-year old woman.
The petition filed against Anderson on Monday alleges the Sooners' rushing leader forced himself on the woman on November 16 and that she remembers "feeling like (she) couldn't get away". She says she was planning on taking an Uber home, but Anderson's friends "were insistent that he take" her home. The woman further described her recollections in the statement and said she was "not feeling like I could say anything, and trying to get away from him to put clothes on". A hearing is scheduled to take place in regards to the petition on December 18 in front of Special District Judge Jequita H. Napoli. The No. 2 Sooners play No. 3 Georgia in the Rose Bowl on January 1. He knows where I live and I'm scared for my safety.
The woman said she later recalled incidents she say happened inside her apartment, including forceful contact and biting.
The Washington Post does not normally name the victims of sexual assault.
Oklahoma has not released a statement since saying it was "gathering information" as reports of the protective order began to surface Monday night.
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Anderson's attorney said in a statement Tuesday that the allegations are "patently false" and that Anderson is "shocked and disturbed" by them.
A lawyer representing Anderson called the allegation false and sais Anderson "will be exonerated of any wrongdoing".
Anderson is OU's leading rusher with 960 yards and 11 touchdowns. He also caught 16 passes for 283 yards and five touchdowns and was extremely potent during the final six weeks of the regular season, gaining 1,041 yards from scrimmage and scoring 14 touchdowns.
For the second straight bowl season, Oklahoma has a running back that has been accused of doing unspeakable to a woman. Mixon is now with the NFL's Cincinnati Bengals.
University of Oklahoma officials said that they are aware of the situation and are investigating the matter.