Beer Pong League Shocked After Member Joey Poindexter Accused Of Sexually Abusing At Least 10 Men

The Baltimore Sun | By Colin Campbell | Posted: 11/14/2013 10:44 am EST

News that one of their members has been accused of sexually abusing at least 10 men over the last decade has members of the Maryland Beer Pong league reacting with shock and anger.

"It's a betrayal to the community," said Sean Foster, 33, the reigning state champion and a member of the league since its formation in 2005.

Joey Poindexter, of Gaithersburg, was arrested Saturday, after a man accused him of sexual assault after a beer-pong tournament at Looney's bar in College Park on Oct. 3.

Poindexter regularly attended tournaments with the group at bars around the Maryland area and across the nation to play the drinking game, which involves a team of two lobbing ping-pong balls across the table into cups of beer that the other team then must drink.

When detectives investigated Poindexter, they found several photos of college-age men "who appear to be in various states of consciousness and in compromising positions," a Montgomery County police news release said.

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