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The Bobster
05-03-2019, 03:11 PM
https://nypost.com/2019/05/03/florida-qb-jalon-jones-accused-of-two-sexual-assaults-30-minutes-apart/

Florida QB Jalon Jones accused of two sexual assaults 30 minutes apart
By Joshua Rhett Miller
May 3, 2019 | 2:34pm | Updated May 3, 2019 | 3:04pm

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University of Florida quarterback Jalon Jones was accused of sexual battery by two female students last month, police reports show.

The reports, obtained by the Tampa Bay Times, stem from two purported incidents 30 minutes apart on April 6 at a residential housing complex. A female student told University of Florida police that the first incident began coonsensually, but took a turn when freshman cornerbacks Chris Steele and Jaydon Hill barged into the room and started laughing.

The woman said she then told Jones, 18, to stop the encounter before pushing the freshman quarterback off and getting dressed. She then entered Steele’s room.

Roughly 30 minutes later, Jones kissed the neck of another woman in a kitchen before removing her jean shorts and underwear, she told police. Jones then penetrated the woman, who repeatedly told him to stop, according to the report.

The student managed to escape and got dressed before calling an Uber to get home, the report shows.

A sexual battery kit was performed on both women, but neither wanted to pursue criminal charges. At least one allegation was referred to the university’s Division for Student Affairs, the newspaper reports.

Jones, a Virginia native, played in the team’s spring game one week after the sexual battery reports were received by police. Jones then filed paperwork earlier this week to transfer from the university, some four months after he joined the Gators, the paper reports.

“We are aware of the incident reports and have followed athletic department and campus protocols,” Gators spokesman Steve McClain told the newspaper.