LSU Student Madison Brooks Was Raped By A Group Of Men Before Hit By Car And Killed

Madison Brooks, a 19-year-old Alpha Phi sorority sister, died on 15 January when she was hit by a car after a bunch of men allegedly sexually assaulted her.
However, Ron Haley, the attorney representing two of four people charged for the alleged incident claims a video shows no rape occurred. "She willfully got into the car, said that her rides had left her, and she got in. Absolutely not a rape. Listen, this is a tragedy, definitely not a crime." Keep on reading to learn more about the latest news of Madison Brooks. 

#1. LSU student Madison Brooks was raped before being hit by car

lsu student madison brooksSource: New York Post

Madison Brooks, a sophomore student of LSU, spent the night of 14 January at Reggie’s Bar in Baton Rouge where she allegedly met her attackers.
Investigators said Brooks was then sexually assaulted by the four men in a car before they dropped her off along a road in the early hours of 15 January. A driver then hit the 19-year-old and she died hours later in the hospital.

#2. Four men accused of raping Madison Brooks before death

madison brooks suspects rapistSource: WAFB

Kaivon Deondre Washington, 18, and a 17-year-old male who has not been named due to his age have been charged with third-degree rape. Mr. Washington’s uncle Everette Lee, 28, and Casen Carver, 18, are charged with principal to rape.
According to FOX 8, Carver admitted that he and the other men went to Reggie’s Bar near the LSU campus and drank alcohol. He said Brooks left the bar with them and was "very unstable on her feet, was not able to keep her balance, and was unable to speak clearly without slurring her words".

#3. Footage proves innocence of rape

lsu student raped-before-deathSource: New York Post

An attorney for two men accused of raping Madison Brooks before dropping her off on a roadway said that they were innocent. In a video of the alleged sexual assaults, he claimed that Brooks was later fatally hit by a car proving she was in a “coherent state” and consented to the acts.
Ron Haley, an attorney for Kaivon Deondre Washington, 18, and the minor, has challenged the charges, claiming that video of the incident showed Brooks “was intoxicated”.  She could not “lawfully give consent or answer questions” during intercourse with the suspects. Mr. Haley said she got out of the car after an “argument.”
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