A standout soccer participant at a prestigious personal highschool in Ohio has reportedly been accused of getting into a lady’s bed room as she slept, undressing her and sexually assaulting her.
Crosley MacEachen, 18, who graduated from the Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy — the place full tuition prices $16,100 — was charged in Hamilton County Frequent Pleas Courtroom with rape, gross sexual imposition and sexual battery, in line with WLWT.
The college’s former star participant deliberate to play soccer on the College of St. Francis in Fort Wayne, Indiana, within the fall — however his June arrest might have upended his goals.
Based on courtroom paperwork cited by the Cincinnati Enquirer, the teenager woman was asleep within the bed room of a Symmes Township house on Dec. 6, 2020.
She awoke at about 5 a.m. with MacEachen “on high of her,” having sexual activity together with her, the newspaper reported.
“She pushed him off of her and realized she was bare, regardless of sporting garments when she went to sleep,” in line with the paperwork.
A month earlier, MacEachen allegedly grabbed the woman’s butt at one other handle in Sycamore Township.
“She sat down on the mattress and when she tried to rise up and transfer away from him he pushed her again down. She fled the home,” the paperwork state.
MacEachen has been charged with gross sexual imposition, rape and sexual battery.
His legal professional Scott Croswell emphasised that the case relies on “unproven allegations.”
“We intend to aggressively defend the case,” he advised the Enquirer.
MacEachen, who performed soccer at Moeller Excessive Faculty earlier than transferring to Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy for his senior 12 months, is free after a member of the family posted a $100,000 bond.
In a press release to WLWT, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy mentioned: “CHCA has discovered of an investigation which has resulted in costs filed in opposition to a former scholar. The alleged incident didn’t happen on college property nor throughout a school-sponsored occasion.”
It added: “CHCA is saddened for the people and households affected by this alleged incident, and our prayers stay with them.”
The College of St. Francis has not responded to requests for remark by the station.
No trial date has been set.