Man arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting 15-year-old relative
BATON ROUGE - A 33-year-old man was arrested after he allegedly got a 15-year-old relative drunk and then sexually assaulted her multiple times.
According to arrest records, authorities were contacted by the victim on Wednesday, Oct. 4.
The victim stated that the suspect, Gregory Remble, purchased a daiquiri for her to celebrate her 15th birthday. Remble reportedly added extra alcohol to the daiquiri and allowed the victim to consume it, according to arrest records.
Authorities said the victim became extremely intoxicated at which time Remble put the victim in the bathtub and bathed her. While bathing the victim, Remble reportedly touched the victim's private area, according to arrest records. The victim asked Remble to stop, to which he said "you know you don't want me to stop," according to arrest records.
Remble then carried the victim to his bed where the victim passed out. The victim was awakened when Remble began to sexually assault her.
The victim left the room, went to the bathroom and then went to the couch where she passed out again. Sometime during the night, Remble woke the victim up and told her to come back to his bedroom, according to arrest records.
When the victim refused, Remble dragged her by the arms to the bedroom, authorities said. Remble then sexually assaulted the victim again, according to arrest records. Remble then told the victim to go to sleep.
After being advised of his rights, Remble confessed to giving the victim alcohol, helping the victim bathe and sleeping in the same bed as the victim. Remble said he could think of no reason the victim would lie about him since they have such a close relationship. Remble also stated if his DNA is found it is only because he masturbated after the victim left his room, according to arrest records.
Remble was arrested and booked into the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison on two counts of second-degree rape and two counts of sexual battery.
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