Student arrested after re-enacting ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ scene
February 24, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Corrections and clarifications: A prior chronicle of this essay misstated Hossain’s major.
A University of Illinois during Chicago (UIC) tyro was charged on Monday with aggravated rapist passionate attack after allegedly re-enacting scenes from Fifty Shades of Grey, according to prosecutors.
Prosecutors pronounced Mohammad Hossain, beginner study liberal humanities and sciences at UIC, committed a crime on Saturday, Feb. 21, after bringing a 19-year-old female, also a UIC student, to his dorm room.
The dual had formerly been intimate, pronounced Assistant State’s Attorney Sarah Karr.
Prosecutors pronounced Hossain firm a female’s hands and legs, lonesome her mouth with a necktie and regularly strike her with a belt. Authorities pronounced Houssain afterwards began punching a plant and intimately assaulted her, ignoring her cries seeking him to stop.
Houssain allegedly told authorities that he was reenacting scenes from Fifty Shades of Grey.
Hossain’s roommate arrived during a dorm after a crime. Prosecutors pronounced Hossain blocked a door, preventing his roommate from entering.
The plant contacted a military after she left Hossain’s dorm, according to prosecutors.
Hossain posted a Facebook standing scarcely an hour after a crime was committed stating, “I’m finally satisfied.”
Hossain was charged with aggravated rapist passionate attack and Cook County Judge Adam Bourgeois Jr. set a $500,000 bail.
Authorities pronounced Hossain has participated in several care programs during UIC and was a member of UIC Student Alumni Ambassadors and a triathlon team.
Suzaine Suba and Kevin Pham, both former high propagandize classmates of Hossain, contend they were held off ensure when they schooled Hossain was charged with a crime. Suba says Hossain was a good chairman and was active during school.
“I remember a time when Hossain told me his believe with being bullied in school…he was only one of those people who struggled to fit into society,” says Suba. “I’m still perplexing to know because he did what he did.”
Pham says Hossain was always fervent in receiving believe to enhance his mind. However, he says, “Hossain was really desperate and would always put himself during a bottom of a totem pole.”