Police Investigating Rape At Home Of University Of Nebraska Quarterback, Wide Receiver

Christian Datoc Senior White House Correspondent
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Lincoln, Nebraska, police have started an investigation into an alleged rape that occurred at the home of several University of Nebraska football players.

A 20-year-old woman went to a Lincoln hospital Sunday afternoon, where she told doctors she was “subjected to forced sexual intercourse at 5411 N 11th St,” reports the Journal Star.

The victim claims that the alleged assault occurred between 2:15 am and 9:30 am after the team returned from Saturday’s away victory over Rutgers.

Lincoln police’s officer Katie Flood stated that the victim does know the suspect, but Flood did not identify him because “publicly identifying a suspect who has not yet been arrested is against department policy.”

According to public records, Cornhuskers starting quarterback Tommy Armstrong and wide receiver Jordan Westerkamp both live at the house in question.

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