Molly blamed in Morehouse College rape case
Spelman rape victim accused of taking the drug Molly
A Spelman College student who accused three Morehouse College athletes of rape is now facing drug allegations from defense attorney Jackie Patterson. As previously reported, several athletes at the historically black college are facing charges which include rape and sodomy.
Morehouse basketball players Malcolm Jamal Frank and Chukwudi Ndudikwa are facing rape and aggravated sodomy charges for a March incident involving an 18-year-old woman. A third man, Tevin Mgbo, is being charged with kidnapping, reckless conduct and sodomy in the attack.
According to authorities the three men attacked the Spelman College student on campus in the East Suites/Chukwudi Ndudikwa’s attorney, Jackie Patterson says however, that her client will soon be vindicated. She also says that the alleged victim was high on the popular street drug Molly.
“My client never touched the alleged victim,” Patterson told Tom Jones of WSB-TV. “This was a case where a young lady used very bad judgment by being high on Molly, which is a form of powdered Ecstasy.”
In addition to the three Morehouse basketball players, a football player is also being accused in a separate rape case.
In the second case, a Spelman student accused footballer, Lucien Kidd of raping her off campus. After the incident the student told authorities that Kidd asked her, “Did I lose a friend?”
Morehouse College currently has a zero tolerance policy for violence. All four students could face expulsion. -danielle canada