What led to Nicolas Cristscu an Ohio, Miami University student recording himself having sex with an unconscious woman?
Nicolas Cristscu a 20 year old Miami University, Ohio student has been accused of recording himself having sex with an unconscious woman.
Upon his arrest the 20 year old man was charged with rape, sexual battery and misdemeanor voyeurism.
Cristescu was initially charged on Oct. 25, but a prosecutor dismissed the charges. A grand jury then heard the evidence and handed up a 13-count indictment reported WLWT Channel 5.
Prosecutors declined to release the age of the alleged victim, while saying the victim was an adult.
The Journal News reported the female victim being assaulted Oct. 11-12 in a room at the Pines Lodge residence hall at Heritage Commons on campus.
The rape indictment alleges Cristescu engaging in sexual conduct with a person when ‘the other person’s ability to resist or consent is substantially impaired because of mental or physical condition…’
The sex assault charges follow Cristescu pleading guilty last month to a drug charge and disseminating material harmful to a juvenile. He is awaiting sentencing on those charges noted WCPO Channel 9.
The second charge is because investigators found photos of a naked 16-year-old girl on Cristescu’s cell phone.
Told Shawn Puchakalta, a fellow student who lived next to the suspect via cincinnati.com, ‘He was a pretty quiet guy, pretty chill. He was a good guy to all of my hall mates and stuff.’
While adding, ‘Holding people accountable. You have to be responsible for your actions. I also think they need to better educate people on what sexual harassment and sexual assaults are.’
To date investigators declined to speculate on the degree of depravity of Cristescu’s sexual assault against his victim. Commentators on the web speculated to what degree permissive attitudes towards fellow female students on campus may have informed Cristescu’s attitude, conduct and actions.
Cristescu remained jailed at Butler County Jail, Thursday pending $75K bond. The Ohio, Miami University student is scheduled to be back in court Nov. 27 for a pre-trial hearing.