Testimony continues at trial of suspended OSU player Darrell Williams
One of the alleged victims testified Tuesday, saying the suspended Oklahoma State basketball player sexually assaulted her twice at an off-campus party.
One of the alleged victims in Darrell Williams' rape trial testified Tuesday, saying the suspended Oklahoma State basketball player sexually assaulted her twice at an off-campus party.
The woman testified that Williams, without consent, groped her and put his hands down her pants in a crowded basement and then later outside.
The incident took place in the early hours of Dec. 12, 2010. Williams was formally charged with four counts of rape by instrumentation and one count of sexual battery on Feb. 7, 2011. The trial began last week.
On Tuesday, the witness recalled the events of that night, testifying that she was surrounded by basketball players in a basement before Williams came up and stuck his hand down her pants.
After dropping to the floor and eventually leaving the basement, she said Williams grabbed her again outside, pulled her to the fence and did the same thing.
At some point, the woman testified, Williams was distracted by another man asking about a recent basketball game, allowing her to get away.
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