Alleged ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ re-enactment not rape: judge
March 25, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
An purported “Fifty Shades of Grey” re-enactment left wrong between dual University of Illinois during Chicago students was not rape, a decider ruled Thursday.
Defendant Mohammad Hossain, a 19-year-old beginner biology student, was privileged of a rape assign he faced final month and expelled from jail, the Chicago Tribune reported.
A Cook County decider found no illusive means opposite Hossain after a rough conference involving his 19-year-old classmate accuser.
The accuser, whose name has not been released, pronounced she and Hossain already had a “friends with benefits” passionate attribute and infrequently experimented with bondage. On Feb. 21, after she finished examination a SM-themed strike film by herself, she texted Hossain to hang out, she said.
After they discussed a movie, Hossain asked if she wanted to “do something dangerous” and then, with her consent, blindfolded her, tied her hands and ankles, gagged her mouth with a necktie and started attack her exposed physique with a belt.
But afterwards Hossain started attack her so tough it hurt, and she told him she didn’t wish to continue, a defence he allegedly abandoned before untying her hands and raping her, a lady said.
“He said, ‘I wish to see how most we can take.’ He said, ‘I wish to see we cry,’” she testified on Thursday.
She denied that a dual were doing any kind of “Fifty Shades” purpose play.
During her testimony, a decider asked a lady if she pronounced anything to Hossain when he tied her adult or allegedly assaulted her, and she pronounced no in both instances.
Hossain’s invulnerability argued that a whole confront was consensual.
“It was dual college students that were carrying a passionate encounter,” his profession Joshua Kutnick said, according to DNAinfo Chicago. “That’s all that it was.”
After withdrawal jail, Hossain denied any passionate attack and pronounced he wanted to continue his education.
“All that unequivocally matters is apropos a doctor,” he told a Chicago Tribune. “I have one idea in mind, and that’s what I’ll set my heart to.”
Prosecutors could still find an complaint opposite Hossain.
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