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Suspended Montana Quarterback Pleads Not Guilty PDF Print
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Wednesday, 08 August 2012 07:44

Suspended University of Montana quarterback Jordan Johnson on Tuesday pleaded not guilty to raping a woman earlier this year after she invited him to her room to watch a movie. The clerk's office for the Missoula District

Court said Johnson entered his plea during an appearance before Judge Karen Townsend.
Johnson was charged with sexual intercourse without consent on July 31, prompting his suspension from the team. The next court date has been set for Aug. 21. The alleged rape occurred on Feb. 4. Johnson has maintained through his attorneys that the sex was consensual.
A university investigation earlier this year found nine allegations of sexual assault that had gone unreported over 18 months, and two others have surfaced since then. It is unclear how many involve student athletes.


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