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Bleacher Sports has been a mainstay in the college sports industry for more than a decade, so it’s not surprising that Bleacher reports the story of a sexual assault that took place on November 5, 2016, in which the Ohio student, who goes by the name “Juan”, was raped in his room.

Read More The student was found unconscious and covered in semen by his roommate.

His roommate and two friends told investigators that Juan was trying to get out of the bed and that the roommate and Juan’s roommate “kept looking at each other as if they were going to go upstairs to get him”.

The roommates said they told Juan to stop, but he continued to move toward them and his roommate said that the next thing he knew, he was being thrown to the ground by one of the roommates.

Juan told investigators his roommate told him to stop and that he then began to struggle with the roommate’s hand.

Juan said that as he was resisting, the roommate pulled his shirt over his head and he began to touch himself.

“Juan said the roommate grabbed his wrist, pulled his underwear down, and began to pull his penis out of his underwear,” the report reads.

“Junior said that he heard the roommate say, ‘It’s my fault.

I don’t want you to do it.

You know you have it in you.'”

The report then goes on to say that “Juror No. 4 also testified that Juror No 1 said that Juan had tried to get away from the roommate by pulling his pants down.

Juror 3 testified that Juan said, ‘I can’t let you do that because I’m so embarrassed.’

Juror 2 testified that he believed Juror 1 was trying not to hear the other person say anything.”

Jurors were unable to find evidence of a struggle or a struggle with Juan’s hand, but Juror 4 testified that “the physical evidence does not support that Juan’s body was on the ground.”

According to the Columbus Dispatch, the prosecutor assigned to the case, Kevin Wiles, has said that it will likely take more than one year for the case to be resolved.

He told the paper that the victim had a history of being raped.

Wiles said in his closing statement that “We are fortunate that the Ohio Attorney General’s Office has taken a strong stance that sexual assault does not belong in our colleges.

Our community must move forward with a culture that is less likely to tolerate sexual assault, which is why we are calling for a change in the law.

We urge Ohio legislators to pass legislation that would prevent this type of behavior from ever occurring in Ohio schools.”

The case is being prosecuted by the University of Toledo’s Office of the Attorney General, which handles sexual assault cases, and the university has not responded to requests for comment.