New details have emerged on the investigation into a rape that allegedly involved University of New Mexico running back Crusoe Gongbay.

On Monday, Gongbay, 20, was arrested in Albuquerque on suspicion of rape and kidnapping. The accuser identified Gongbay as one of three men who kidnapped her and forced her to perform sexual acts, according to court documents obtained by TMZ. He is being held on $50,000 bond, Reuters reports.

The woman told police that Gongbay and two other men accosted her outside of a house party on April 13, forcing her to enter a nearby BMW, TMZ reports. When she entered the car, one of the men forced her to perform oral sex on him, and then stripped her of her clothes.

The first man put on a condom, forced the woman into his lap and had intercourse with her, according to the court documents. At some point, Gongbay is alleged to have put on a condom and raped the woman as well.

Gongbay, from Rockville, Md., and the other man who allegedly had sex with the victim were then driven to an “unknown location” and exited the vehicle, the documents said. The woman was left with the third man, who purportedly pulled out a firearm and forced her to perform oral sex on her. She said he also raped her before allowing her to leave the car.

The alleged victim met with police and identified Gongbay as one of her three attackers, TMZ reports. Another man, a 21-year-old non-student named Ryan Ruff, was also arrested and charged. The third alleged rapist wasn’t identified. Meanwhile, Reuters identified the woman as a student at New Mexico.

In light of the charges, New Mexico head football coach Bob Davies has suspended the junior from the team, Reuters reports. He was expected to compete for the starting running back job next season.