Three former Michigan State football players charged with criminal sexual conduct pleaded guilty to lesser charges Wednesday.
Donnie Corley, Josh King and Demetric Vance, who were accused of sexually assaulting a woman during an on-campus party in January 2017, pleaded guilty to seduction charges on Wednesday in Ingham County in Michigan.
The former Spartans were dismissed from the team last June after being charged. King was charged with one count of first- and third-degree criminal sexual conduct, which meant he could face life in prison if convicted. Corley and Vance were charged with third-degree criminal sexual conduct and faced up to 15 years in prison.
But Wednesday, they agreed to lesser seduction charges and will not face upfront jail time. Their sentencing is set for June 6.
If the judge does include jail time in their sentencing, they each have the right to withdraw their guilty pleas.