Updated: Friday, May 26, 5:32 p.m. 

Almost a month after two former Elon University football players were charged in court with felony secret peeping, a third has been charged in an alleged connection to the same case.

Marcus Willoughby, 18, was arrested Monday by Elon University Police and booked in Alamance County jail under a $15,000 bond. He has posted his bail and has been released.

Arrest warrants obtained by the Elon News Network say Willougby “secretly and for the purpose of arousing sexual desire created a photographic video” of a woman with a laptop in Elon's Danieley dormitory Jan 15.

On April 21, Khalil Moore, 18, and Jeremiah Bridges, 19, were both arrested on the same charge of videotaping the same woman without her consent Jan.15. Both were removed from the Elon roster and suspended indefinitely after their arrests. Earier this year, all three were suspended from the team after they shot paintballs at Maynard House, the home of University President Leo Lambert. No charges were filed in that instance.

Moore, a defensive back, and Bridges, a wide receiver, were both freshman starters during the 2016 football season.

Willoughby, a defensive lineman who started six games as a freshman last season, is no longer listed on Elon's 2017 football roster. He did, however, play in Elon's spring game April 29. Moore and Bridges did not. 

All three are still listed as students in Elon's student directory.

Willoughby's court date is June 7.

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