Chantae Marie Gilman a West Seattle, Washington mother of three has pled guilty to breaking into a man’s apartment and raping him whilst he slept.
As part of her plea deal, Chantae Gilman will be required to serve nine months jail, serve a two year probation as well as register as a sex offender.
At the time of the June 2013 rape, her victim a 31 year old man testified that he ‘recognized Gilman as a drug user in the area’ and had woken up to find her on top of him, pinning his hands down over his hands.
According to court papers the victim demanded his attacker get off him but she refused telling him ‘to be quiet.’
Court papers would determine that the woman’s weight of 240 pounds had also been a factor in her ability to pin down her victim and violate him.
The victim was subsequently able to force his way out from under the woman, once again demanding that she leave only for Gilman to refuse again.
It would only be after pushing the woman out the door and slamming the door shut would the woman leave.
Court papers according to a report via thesmokinggun also reveal that the woman is forbidden from having any contact with her victim, only known by his initials as M.O.
As part of the woman’s plea deal, Gilman conceded that she had ‘made a substantial step to have sexual intercourse with M.O’
The statement also acknowledged that the victim ‘did not consent to the sexual contact’ since he ‘was asleep and unable to consent.’
At the time of the assault the victim had returned from a birthday party for a neighbor that Gilman knew.
Noted Detective Roger Ishimitsu’s police report at the time: ‘Once arriving home he fell asleep on his bed. ‘[The] Victim slept very hard due to a long day.’
At around 2 am the victim awoke to find Gilman on top of him.
The victim told cops that his erect penis was inside his assailant who had pinned his hands over his hands.
Continued the police report: ‘M.O.’ said that after Gilman ignored demands to get off him, he was ‘able to work his way out from underneath’ her.’
The distraught man later went to Harborview Medical Center for a sexual-assault examination, and female DNA was recovered during the exam.
A habitual drugs offender Gilman was forced to carry out a drug and mental health program as well as recommended to give up a child she had recently given birth to Child Protective Services.
It would be determined at the time of the rape she had been pregnant with another man’s child.
As part of her drugs plea deal Gilman was barred from using or possessing alcohol or non prescribed drugs.
Her arrest records cover the past 15 years and includes convictions for attempted robbery, attempted forgery, theft, and possession of a stolen vehicle.
A criminal record that in all likelihood would have led to Gilman being forced to serve a considerably longer sentence than the 9 months she was doled out had the genders been reversed…
Gilman is scheduled to be sentenced on June 19.