University of South Florida defensive end LaDarrius Jackson was arrested Monday on suspicion of sexual battery and false imprisonment by campus police, according to jail records.

Jackson remained jailed without bond Tuesday morning on the two felony counts. South Florida said in a statement to USA TODAY Sports and other outlets that Jackson, who turned 22 last week, has been suspended from all team activities.

“We are aware of the charges filed against LaDarrius Jackson. While we find the allegations troubling, we will continue to gather information and support the judicial process before providing further comment,” South Florida coach Charlie Strong said.

Jackson allegedly forced a woman to have sex Monday afternoon despite her verbal and physical efforts to resist him, according to the police report obtained by The Tampa Bay Times. During the course of the alleged incident, Jackson forcibly moved woman into her room and onto her bed. She was did not leave the room because she feared Jackson would prevent her exit.

In a separate statement, South Florida said state and federal privacy laws “prevent the university from commenting further about the matter involving Jackson.”