Austin Maple Leafs star Austen National Hockey League (NHL) Toronto Maple Leafs are likely to receive some form of punishment from his club for behaving inappropriately on the street in his home state of Arizona in May this year.
Only 22-year-old Matthew is scheduled for trial on Wednesday.
According to local police, the incident happened on May 26, early in the morning. Security was sitting in her car in the apartment complex until a man suddenly tried to open the door of her car. The security guard got out of the car to find out his motives.
The security guard himself said the man was under the influence of alcohol but was accompanied by several other friends. There was a conversation between the two sides, during which one of the men in the company pulled out his pants and tore into the afternoon.
The team represented by Matthews is aware of the incident.
"We are aware of the complaint against Matthew," the team said in a statement. "The player is fully cooperating with the club and other authorities, but neither the hockey player nor the Maple Leafs will comment on the case so far."
Matthew was the No. 1 pick in the 2016 NFL Draft but has played 212 league games since then. The hockey player has a career-high 205 points (111 + 94).
He played 68 games last season with 37 goals and 36 assists. And in February this year, Matthew signed a five-year, $ 58m (nearly $ 53m) contract.