Student set to attest currently in ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ rape case
March 19, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
A womanlike UIC tyro who indicted a tyro personality during a University of Illinois during Chicago of intimately assaulting her during a re-enactment of scenes from a film “Fifty Shades of Grey” in his dorm room is approaching to attest Thursday.
Freshman Mohammad Hossain, 19, a biology tyro study to be a pediatrician, has been hold in protecting control during Cook County Jail on $500,000 bail given his detain final month.
Hossain maintains a Feb. 21 occurrence was consensual, his attorney, Joshua Kutnick, has said. Hossain had never been arrested before, Kutnick said.
A rough conference has been scheduled for Thursday during a Leighton Criminal Court Building in Chicago so a decider can confirm either adequate justification exists for a box to go to trial. Prosecutors typically call accusers to attest during a hearings.
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Prosecutors have pronounced that a lady was formerly “intimate” with Hossain and went to his dorm room in a 900 retard of Harrison Street about 5:30 p.m., where he firm her hands and legs, pressed a necktie in her mouth and put a weave top over her eyes, prosecutors have said.
After Hossain started attack her, a lady told Hossain it hurt, told him to stop and began jolt her conduct and crying, according to prosecutors.
Prosecutors purported Hossain intimately assaulted her as she continued to beg with him to stop. The lady was eventually means to leave and called police, who arrested Hossain after that night in another dorm building.
“This child is a star, OK?” Kutnick pronounced final week after a standing conference in a case. “He’s a top-notch student. He graduated with a 4.6 (GPA) from high school. He’s a triathlete. He’s what they call a UIC alumni ambassador. … This is not a rapist.”
“We consider this (hearing) is going to uncover that it was dual 19-year-old college students who concluded to have an confront like this,” he said.
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