Lawyers urge purported ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ rapist, rough conference set – Chicago Sun
March 23, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Lawyers for a University of Illinois during Chicago tyro who claims he did not intimately attack a classmate — though instead was consensually re-enacting a stage from a bondage-themed film “Fifty Shades of Grey” with her —vociferously shielded a pre-med student’s ignorance following a brief justice conference justice Friday.
“This child is a star. He is a top-notch student,” invulnerability profession Joshua Kutnick told reporters after Cook County Judge Maria Kuriakos Ciesil scheduled a rough conference on 19-year-old Mohammad Hossain’s box subsequent week.
“This is not a rapist.”
“Our client’s not guilty,” counsel Mark Haushalter added, station only feet divided from roughly half a dozen of Hossain’s kin and supporters.
According to prosecutors, Hossain pounded a lady during a passionate confront final month in a dorm room in a 900 retard of West Harrison Street.
He told military he and a woman, whom he was friends with, were simply recreating scenes from a box bureau strike formed on a best-selling amorous intrigue novel.
“I’m finally confident — feeling accomplished,” Hossain’s Facebook page review about an hour after a purported crime.
Kutnick Friday stressed that a occurrence was consensual.
“These were dual 19-year-old college students who concluded to have such an encounter,” pronounced Kutnick, who has asked a university to yield notice video of a lady entering and withdrawal a dormitory.
The purported plant is approaching to attest opposite Hossain during a rough conference on Thursday.
Hossain, who seemed in justice Friday wearing an orange jumpsuit, is being hold in lieu of $500,000 bail during Cook County Jail.
He has been placed in protecting control since he has never been sealed adult before, Kutnick explained.
“It’s a frightful thing for him,” Kutnick said.
Hossain is a biology vital and hopes to turn a pediatrician, Kutnick said, adding that his customer was a triathlete as good as a tyro alumni envoy during UIC.