Man accused of rape, arrested at law school
BATON ROUGE - Authorities arrested a man at the LSU Law School today after he was accused of raping a woman.
According to an arrest warrant, investigators accused Abdellatif De Vol of forcible rape for the incident on Sept. 14.
The warrant said De Vol brought a woman he was having drinks with back to his residence, where they continued drinking. The woman told investigators that she said she didn't want to have sex with De Vol, but he took her clothes off and raped her anyway.
The warrant said the woman went to the hospital and reported the incident to authorities. She later put a "controlled" phone call in to De Vol, which investigators recorded. They said during the call De Vol apologized to the woman after she referred to him forcing her to have sex.
An LSU Law School spokesperson said they could not confirm if De Vol was enrolled in the law school.
Investigators booked him into the parish jail on forcible rape charges.
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