Football Player Organized GANG RAPE of Girlfriend, Jury Finds Him…

Screen Shot 2016-06-19 at 9.57.16 AMThis is one vile human being. How anyone could PLAN this is beyond comprehension, let alone actually committing the act.

A jury has found a former Vanderbilt football player guilty on all charges for his role in the rape of an unconscious woman.

Brandon Vandenburg was found guilty by the jury in Nashville of raping the woman who he was dating at the time in his Vanderbilt dorm room three years ago.

The jury took four hours to make their decision and delivered their verdict just after 8.20pm local time.

Vandenburg now faces a potential jail sentence of up to 25 years and was taken into custody as soon as the verdicts were read out while his parents began to cry.

Vandenburg and his former teammate Cory Batey were convicted last year but the verdicts were thrown out after it was revealed that a juror had not disclosed that he had been a victim of statutory rape.

The retrial comes amid a furor over the six-month sentence a former Stanford swimmer was given for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman.

It took jurors just over four hours of deliberation Saturday before finding Vandenburg guilty on multiple counts of aggravated rape and aggravated sexual battery.

He was also convicted of one count of unlawful photography.

Vandenburg and his family appeared emotional as his attorney presented his closing argument in footage published by WSMV.


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