Morehouse Athletes Accused Of Sexual Assualts
ATLANTA (AJC/WAOK) – A total of four Morehouse College athletes have been arrested and charged in connection with two separate sexual assaults.
Three were charged in an alleged on-campus incident prior to spring break. The fourth was charged in a different case off campus that was reported in March.
According to Fulton County Jail records, Chukudwi Ndudikwa, Malcolm Jamal Frank, Tevin Mgbo and Lucien Kidd were arrested last month.
Ndudikwa, Frank and Mgbo, all members of the school’s basketball team, according to Channel 2 Action News, were each arrested on April 11, according to incident reports.
According to Morehouse College police arrest warrants and incident reports, the three allegedly had non-consensual sex with an 18-year-old Spelman student who was under the influence of an unknown substance.
Mgbo, was charged with sodomy, kidnapping and reckless conduct in the alleged April 8 attack, according to police records.
Frank and Ndudikwa were each charged with sodomy and multiple counts of rape, according to police records.
The three appeared before a student conduct hearing on campus after the arrest warrants were issued, according to police.
Kidd, a football player and former Georgia State University student, according to Channel 2, was arrested on April 18 for a separate incident.
He was charged with one count of rape, jail records show, and had been arrested in January for battery and destruction of property.
Few details of either of Kidd’s arrests were available Wednesday afternoon.
Each of the four men was released from jail on $10,000 bond, according to jail records.