Josh King, Demetric Vance and Donnie Corley were charged with sexual assault and kicked off Michigan State’s football team on Tuesday morning. Police revealed details about the alleged assault as the charges were filed.
The alleged incident happened in a bathroom at a campus party in January, university detective Chad Davis said, according to MLive’s Kyle Austin.
King tried to convince a woman to have sex with him in the bathroom before penetrating the alleged victim against her will, according to Davis’ testimony. She was also forced to perform oral sex on King, Vance and Corley against her will, Davis said.
From the report:
After the alleged victim again told King she didn’t wish to have sex, she claimed he pulled her pants down and penetrated her against her will, according to the testimony.
King then allowed two friends into the bathroom, later identified as Corley and Vance, and the alleged victim was forced to perform oral sex on both of them, Davis testified. The alleged victim told police she asked both Corley and Vance to stop.
Police also reportedly found a video on King’s phone of him filming the alleged incident.
King was charged with one count of first-degree criminal sexual conduct, third-degree criminal sexual conduct and of capturing/distributing an image of an unclothed person. Corley and Vance were each charged with one count of third-degree criminal sexual conduct.