Morehouse Athletes Accused Of Rape

by Yesha Callahan

Morehouse Athletes Accused Of RapeThree Morehouse College athletes have been accused of rape and other charges after an 18-year-old Spelman student accused them of raping her. Chukwudi Ndudikwa and Malcolm Frank face rape and aggravated sodomy charges.  Tevin Mgbo is looking at charges of aggravated sodomy, kidnapping and reckless conduct. According to court documents the incident involving those three suspects happened March 8 at the East Suites.

The victim told police there was a party celebrating Spring Break and then they went to a club.

The victim says she admits drinking some alcohol but says she did not use drugs, and does not remember much of what happened at the club or afterward.

“If you voluntarily drink to the point that you’re still conscious, that’s one thing. But if you drank so much to the point that you pass out and then someone takes advantage of you, that’s a different thing. In this particular case, it appears that she was conscious and not unconscious. That would be tough for the prosecution. What this boils down to is whether the defendants in this particular case thought that she had given a valid consent,” said Fulton County prosecutor Al Dixon.

According to 11 Alive:

The victim told police there was a party celebrating Spring Break and then they went to a club.

The victim says she admits drinking some alcohol but says she did not use drugs, and does not remember much of what happened at the club or afterward.

Several witnesses say the victim did have sex with several men in several rooms, and one witness says the victim used a drug.

One witness also said the victim was drunk, dancing, fell and hit her head.

One of the victim’s friends says he tried to help her but she would not allow it. He told police she kept hitting him and even picked up a knife and tried to stab him saying she knew what she was doing. He says the next morning the victim was unaware of what happened and he took her to the hospital.

Another witness says some of the suspects came and confronted the victim about the rape accusations. That witness said he told them “no one forced her to do it but she was not fully aware of where she was or what she was doing”.


In a separate incident, Lucien Kidd was arrested on April 18. A woman accused him of forcing himself sexually on her at a location in the Mechanicsville area near campus, despite her efforts to physically stop him. Kidd was charged with one count of rape, jail records show, and had been arrested in January for battery and destruction of property.

Each of the four men was released from jail on $10,000 bond, according to jail records.

  • The Comment

    Tisk! Tisk!

    What a sad looking bunch! but if you are an black athlete, creme of the crop as I’m told, isn’t p*ssy falling out of the sky for them? Why are they raping women?

  • B-real

    Please, lets be real, Rape is where you’re fighting and screaming in pain the whole time trying to get to safety. Not hoping from dude to dude fighting off people that wanted to help you. She knew what she wanted and that was to get a train ran on her…hope she didnt go to Spelman…

  • kay

    i hate the use of ‘admitted drinking’.
    as if that has any effect on the crime committed!

  • The Comment

    ur definition of rape is ummmmm WRONG

    a woman can be having sex and decide to stop the act 15 minutes into the session. that is my right as a woman. To stop having sex when I decide it is wrong. Train or no train, slut, whore, hoe, bottom hoe, hooker–whatever! A woman is a woman is a woman and as a woman has the right to say no at anytime.

    sounds jacked up but it is true. Not like men have to wait 6 days before he can have sex again. He can find someone real quick.

    So u be real………we live in America and just because ole’ girl is going to hell by YOUR f*cked up standards…doesn’t mean she doesn’t deserve help.

    One way ticket to Dubai for you and yours.

  • E.M.S.

    You sound like one of those people who thinks women are “asking for it” and that is disgusting.

    Most likely someone drugged her without her knowledge and in the cloudiness she was sexually assaulted by several young men who were not smart enough or caring enough to recognize she did not give her consent.

  • T.

    You’re an ignoramus.

  • bob

    I think she could of known what she was doing and she could of not known what she was doing , but at the end of the day the legal definition of rape does fall under having sex with a woman under the influence, negroes need to learn the damn law. A woman cant consent if she is drunk legally. She can if she felt bad about having sex with dude go to the police and call it rape even if they all were under the influence. Dudes dont play does drunk games. Its not rape if a women sleeps with a man under the influence cause legally men cant get raped. Its messed up but thats how America wants the law to be right now. I think in this modern era of society the law needs to be rewritten. we still using laws written in the 1800s. Dang its shame that this happens got to have a talk with my little sister about this stuff.


    Even if there was ‘pu**y falling out of the sky’ it doesn’t mean they are less likely to rape.

  • donnadara

    Actually men can be raped. Ever heard of prison? And some of the female teachers who were convicted of statutory rape with male students? I really doubt that a man would report a woman for rape if she had sex with him while he was drunk, but legally he could.

  • Not again!

    I can’t say what I’m feeling about this situation. My mind is so compromised. I have heard (seen and turn my head) from my ex (a member of Omega Psi Phi) sharing stories of several “unexpected” young ladies participating in gang sex.

    This is believable to me.

    At the same time, I understand how a man can take full advantage of a woman (no respect for her body) and alcohol provides a free pass. It bothers me that these men will still have sex with her and she wasn’t fully aware of where she was or what she was doing. Someone could have placed a drug in her drink since she did admit to drinking (we do know that happens). At the end of the day, for this particular situation, we just don’t know what happened. But the more situations that take place like this, the more the issue of rape is taken lightly. Athletes already have a bad reputation from their own doing – I will admit. However, you do have women who are willing, stay ready and destroy some men lives within the process. This case appears to have too much speculation going on for right now. I sincerely hope this case is investigated thoroughly to get to the truth.

  • bob

    actually no he cant even if he wanted to , the definition of rape in the law is penetration of the vagina. if you are not penertrating vagina its not rape. this could differ from state to state but i know this is true because the woman who got anally raped by those cops could not claim rape in the court only that she was sodimized which is a lesser crime,

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  • Starla

    These are some old azz looking college students. A very strange case, I wonder if someone slippled a roofie in her drink. I don’t know how they are going to prove fault with this case; especially with no dna, an overly drunk girl, and four guys who will be standing up for each other.

    I feel bad for her. No woman deserves to have such an experience.

  • Ask_ME

    If I’m not mistaken, a woman cannot consent to sex while under the influence. The state can pursue them under that angle. They had no business climbing on top of her while she was under the influence of alcohol and drugs.

    Also, it’s mentioned that she went to the hospital the next day. I’m sure they tested her for drugs and alcohol. There is also probably a rape kit.

  • Ask_ME

    Bob is right. Under the law men cannot be raped. They can be sodomized though, which for whatever reason doesn’t fall under the definition of rape.

  • The Moon in the Sky

    That bothered me as well.

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  • a

    There are more mug shots of young black men on this site than stormfront, chimpout, n!ggerman!a or any of the other white supremacist sites.

  • ScriptTease

    Sex, the root of black folks evil.

  • Ramblin’ Wreck

    I think the only reason they say “admitted” is because the young lady involved was 18, and therefore under the legal drinking age.

  • Anthony

    Incidents like this are why I always advise young men not to get involved in train or gangbang situations. If something goes wrong, the woman will not say “Tony and Leroy were cool, but Ed pissed me off and I told him to get lost,” all the guys end up being charged with rape. Drunken or sober, gangbangs just are not worth the risk.

    Of course, this woman may simply have been assaulted full stop, but my instinct tells me there was at least some consent in this situation.

  • T

    You said what I wasn’t bold enough to say: “but my instinct tells me there was at least some consent in this situation.”

    As matter of fact, we teach our sons now not to sleep with an intoxicated woman at all even if she is willing. Of course, not to participate in trains. She may have a different story the next day. That story can change quickly.

  • JS

    Women can consent under the influence, that isn’t the bases for proving rape. The only reason its controversial is proving that she had drunk so much she was not coherent or not conscious. Sounds like to me she just blacked out. Blacking out is hard to prove non-coherency on its own. I have had plenty friends drink to that point and still be conscious and high functioning but not remember the events the next morning.

    Although on the flip side I do have a friend or two who turns into another person when they drink on some Jekyll/Hyde mess. I have been the friend, like the guy in this story who tried to help her, only to be told they don’t need help. It would be difficult to prove rape in this case if she was saying she knew what she was doing and didn’t need help right before it happened.

    I’m going to research this more. I’m curious as to if she said she was passed out or tried to resist them. Nothing the Clutch story says hints to that,

  • JS

    Agreed with Anthony and T. Not that people don’t have the right to engage in any kind of sexual encounter of their choosing but things can get iffy when there is multiple people along with alcohol involved. She could have been coherent enough to consent to one or two guys but who knows what state she was in when the third guy came around or if she even wanted to have sex with that guy.

    While I do think that everyone has a responsibility to themselves to make good choices under the influence (key being choice, not forced while conscious nor unconscious), it would probably be best for all parties involved if we just didn’t engage in those activities while we are not sober. The line between consent and rape gets too blurry when alcohol/drugs is involved.

  • sam

    I do not like that once a man is accused of rape his mugshot and name is allowed to be plastered in the news, over the internet, etc. What if he did not commit the crime? His life is now ruined. That allegation is going to follow him for the rest of his life, whether he gets a guilty verdict or not.

  • AdorkABLE

    It sounds like something may have been slipped in her drink. Also if her friend tried to stop her and she reacted badly, wouldn’t that be a hint that something is wrong or off about her unless that is what happens when she drinks. I feel like there are some elements missing in this story.

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