This picture, together with some documents you can also find using google, seems to prove that it is possible
If you are not convinced just double check as follows. If the back of the lens protrude more than a few millimeters into the body there might be a problem, otherwise it's ok (and from the pictures I ahve seen it should be ok). If you are still in doubt you can mount the lens with the shutter NOT chocked, then VERY SLOWLY chock the shutter, there you should be able to feel if the light meter's harm swinging is going to hit the back of the lens, in case of course stop and dismount the lens. Do this last test very carefully or don't do if you are not convinced (in other words do at your own risk!).
Maybe somebody else who owns camera and lens will give a better answer.