The Texas Longhorns reported men's ball mentor Chris Facial hair was suspended in front of Monday's down against Rice following his capture.

"The College takes matters of relational viciousness including individuals from its local area truly,"

Texas said in an explanation, per Dana O'Neil of The Athletic. "… The College has suspended Chris Facial hair from

his situation as lead trainer of Men's B-ball and will keep his compensation until additional notification."

The school additionally said partner lead trainer Rodney Terry will act as acting lead trainer.

Matt Norlander of CBS Sports detailed Facial hair was captured and set up for a charge of attack against a family/family part,

a third-degree crime, early Monday morning. Tony Plohetski, Danny Davis and Ryan Autullo of the Austin American-Legislator

revealed Facial hair was set up for prison at 4:18 a.m. furthermore, delivered on a $100,000 bond.

The Austin American-Legislator report refered to Facial hair's testimony, which said a lady who said she was the lead trainer's life partner

told police "he just snapped on me and turned out to be really brutal" after she broke his bifocals

while taking them from his hand. She said he smacked her glasses off her face and "gagged me,

lost me the bed, tore into me, wounds all around my leg, tossing me around, and going crazy."