A high-achieving Florida student who has been charged with sexual assault without a bond is released

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A week after a senior person of the University of Florida has been accused of sexual assault and arrest battery charges and false imprisonment, a judge dropped it without a bond, giving an offer from the 21-year-old attorney for his old request. the student “high achievement. ”

Ian Milaski, a residential assistant for a dormitory at the university, was arrested on August 28. According to the police report, a campus officer replied for a residence hall for “alleged sex battery.” A female student told the campus police that she chose Milaski her up, put her on her bed and put her hands in her underwear. After fleeing, he went into his dorm room and tried to lie down with her, according to the report.

After capturing Milaski and reading his Miranda rights, he admitted to the police that she grabbed the woman from her hand and said he wanted to sleep with her, according to the arrest report.

He pleaded not guilty when he first came to court and was held on a $ 125,000 band at Alachua County Prison in northern Florida.

Then a judge ruled that Milaski should be released on his own identification after his attorney argued that there had been no previous criminal history at college ancestors and did not risk flying it. In court documents, the attorney, Ronald Kozlowski, told the judge that the student is a big double with scaling in May with plans to attend legal school, that he had "210 hours of community service personally with last two years ”And that he was a member of two honor societies on campus.

The solicitor argued that Milaski would stay in prison waiting for the trial, which would jeopardize his academic standing.

In the offer, Kozlowski also cited the deadly path of Hurricane Dorian, who had hoped at the time he met the hometown of South Florida student. If the judge waived the $ 125,000 bond or when he reduced it, Milaski decided to help his parents prepare a storm, according to court documents.

On 5 September the offer was granted, followed by the release of Milaski. He was ordered to wear and prohibit a GPS monitoring device from the counties of Alachua and Sarasota except for court appearances and to attend “essential events” at the University of Florida.

Kozlowski wrote in court documents that the incident shows that “misunderstanding among platonic friends who fuels alcohol.

The woman told a reporter for the university newspaper, the Alligator, that she was a sophomore. She refused to speak more about the incident, the Acarter reported, but she wrote a Facebook post about her contact with Milaski, saying that she was “sexually assaulted” and that she will continue to fight for this.

The Washington Post does not identify victims of sexual assault without their consent.

According to the arrest report, the victim told the police that Milaski asked her at 1:50 to say that he was drunk and that he needed help. He asked her to bring water with him, the woman said to the authorities. She met him and walked back to his room in a nearby hall of residence. Milaski tried to kiss her again and again, the woman said to the police, and she said “no” at all times.

It was said that Milaski had a woman's wrist, who said she wanted to sleep with her and that she prevented her from leaving her room, according to the report. She told the police that she had made a story about retrieving her keys from the hall, but before she left, Milaski caught her, picked her up and put her on her bed.

Milaski climbed on top, according to the arrest report, and tried to put his hands under her clothes.

Again, she told the police that she wanted him to stop.

Eventually she broke free, said the woman, and she met with two male friends who walked back to her dorm room. One person stayed in the room with the woman and her friends.

At 4 o'clock, the woman told the police that she had heard the door on her open room and saw someone standing in the entrance. Milaski was the person she said, she said, who tried to lie down with her, according to the arrest report.

The friend succeeded at Milaski to depart, and he did.

The judge made “what he was supposed to do directly under the law,” Kozlowski said with the decision to waive the position regarding a Milaski bond. The judge would not have waived the bond, Kozlowski said, if he thought Milaski was a threat to the general public or had a record of criminal activity.

“Actually, the only record he made was a very good one,” said Kozlowski.

Spokesperson of the University of Florida, Steve Orlando he told the Abler that an investigation was opened in the incident as soon as it was reported and that Milaski was arrested one hour later. Orlando confirmed to the Alligator that Milaski was a university assistant.

“There has never been an incident like this before the UK was involved,” said Orlando with the Allied. “Student safety is our top priority.” T

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