Xavier senior guard Myles Davis suspended indefinitely after alleged charges

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Davis averaged 10.8 points and 4.1 assists last season. USATSI

Myles Davis, a significant senior basketball player for Xavier, has been indefinitely suspended. Davis was recently accused of multiple charges by an ex-girlfriend.

"Myles Davis is suspended indefinitely from all basketball related activities," Xavier's coach Chris Mack said in a statement. "Playing basketball for Xavier is a privilege and we have high expectations for how our student-athletes represent our university. Unless Myles meets those expectations he will not be a part of our program."

Xavier, citing student privacy laws, is not disclosing any other information regarding Davis' situation.

The father of Davis' ex-girlfriend told the Cincinnati Enquirer two weeks ago that a fallout between his daughter and Davis led to multiple incidents, including the alleged destruction of a cellphone and Davis lashing out by "punching holes in her wall and trying 'to punch through my windows.'"

Davis, through an attorney, has denied these accusations.

Xavier is currently ranked No. 5 by CBS Sports in our offseason Top 25 (and one).

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