Two Ohio State Football Players Facing Charges Of Rape & Kidnapping
Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports
Ohio State football players DB Amir Riep and DB Jahsen Wint face charges of rape and kidnapping, stemming from an alleged incident last week...

A woman told police she was hanging out with Riep at the apartment he shares with Wint on Feb. 4 when they began to engage in consensual sex, according to an affidavit. The woman stopped and told Riep she didn't want to continue.

Wint then entered the room and asked if he could join. Wint allegedly grabbed the woman by her neck and raped her, she said in the affidavit. Riep held the woman down with his body while Wint forced oral sex, the affidavit stated. The woman pushed Wint away, according to the affidavit, but he again forced her to have oral sex.

They stopped after several minutes, and Riep, while laughing at the woman, told her she needed to say on video that what happened was consensual, according to the affidavit. Riep then told the woman she needed to shower before driving her back to her home.

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These days college kids need a legal document to sign for their safety. You would think football players and girls would get it by now.
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I guess she was in their apartment to get saved and devote her life to Jesus. She was a co robber in the bank robbery.
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But do they have air conditioning?
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Honestly sounds legit. Too bad nothing will come of it because it's word against word.
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Riep? Seriously?
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Ohio is Florida junior
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Corch Urban Meyer's kids...
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the frickeyes
Reply2 months
And the moral of this story is, "mercy head" has gone from endangered to extinct.
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Baylor wants to know if they've entered the transfer portal yet.
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careful, that was the Art Briles regime. We like the new guy there.
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B1G loves them some rape.
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