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Published: 20:58 BST, 27 November 2012 | Updated: 21:40 BST, 27 November 2012

Serious charges: John David Mahaffey, 19, was prosecuted for professedly driving a individual SMU understudy to perform oral sex on him twice in September
A Texas school sophomore has been prosecuted on Friday for professedly driving a colleague to perform sexual acts on him in September, concurring to court records.
John David ‘J.D.’ Mahaffey, 19, is confronting sexual ambush charges stemming from two episodes in which the Southern Methodist College understudy professedly assaulted another youthful man.

On September 23, Mahaffey professedly constrained the other understudy to perform oral sex on him to begin with in a grounds stopping garage, what’s more, at that point outside the Sigma Phi Epsilon crew at 3050 SMU Boulevard, where Mahaffey is a member. 

According to an sworn statement made open in September, the charged casualty told Mahaffey ‘no’ what’s more, ‘stop’ a few times, yet dreaded that the 19-year-old would get violent.

The record states that after the acts, Mahaffey, a fourth-generation SMU fund sophomore, told the youthful man, ‘You better not tell a soul,’ agreeing to the Dallas Morning Star.
The following day, the asserted casualty met with SMU police what’s more, concurred to record a telephone discussion with his assailant.

During the call, the SMU understudy told Mahaffey, ‘You know I did not need to do that?’ to which the 19-year-old supposedly responded, ‘I know you didn’t, yet we have to say it was consensual or, on the other hand lawyers, parent what’s more, the school will get involved.’
Impressive resume: Mahaffey, right, imagined here with President George W. Bush, left, was a Chase researcher what’s more, understudy senator

Legacy: Mahaffey is a fourth-generation SMU understudy whose great-great granddad was among the college’s organizers what’s more, its to begin with professors
Mahaffey was captured on September 25 what’s more, charged with second-degree lawful offense sexual assault. He was discharged from imprison after posting a $25,000 bond.

In the fallout of the incident, Mahaffey was suspended from the Sigma Phi Epsilon crew what’s more, briefly prohibited from SMU grounds pending an investigation.

Mahaffey had a noticeable status on campus, NBC DFW reported. The Springfield, Missouri, local was a Chase scholar, a understudy senator, a grant council executive what’s more, an officer on SMU’s inter-fraternity council, concurring to the college website.
Abuse: An sworn statement discharged in September uncovered that Mahaffey purportedly constrained a male understudy to perform sexual acts what’s more, at that point attempted to cover it up
According to a 2011 article in SMU’s understudy newspaper, the Day by day Campus, his great-great granddad was a co-founder of the school what’s more, one of its to begin with professors.
Mahaffey is a second SMU understudy to be captured what’s more, prosecuted on sexual ambush charges this fall.

Precedent: In September, Donald Cuba, 20, was prosecuted on sexual strike charges for purportedly assaulting a female SMU understudy in February
In September, Donald Cuba, a 20-year-old junior, was prosecuted on sexual ambush charges related to the February 10, 2012, on-campus assault of a female SMU student. Cuba is set to go on trial Walk 25, 2013.
Cuba’s was the to begin with case where a terrific jury has charged a SMU understudy for sexually ambushing another student, detailed the Stronghold Worth Weekly.
The college has customarily depended on a framework of mystery hearings for understudies suspected of sexual assault.
Over the past 25 years, more than 100 SMU understudies have detailed being sexually assaulted. However in as it were one case – the three men who assaulted Monika Korra in 2009 – were the suspects effectively indicted what’s more, they were not SMU students.

SMU authorities say the framework – where all records are kept mystery – works well. ‘The college is sure in the honesty of its process what’s more, its procedures,’ said SMU representative Kent Best.
Serious questions have been raised in the past about the decency of the university’s approach.
In 1990, a mystery board found an SMU understudy blameworthy of sexually striking another SMU understudy as it were to have a second board overrule that choice in 1991, a choice maintained by then-President A. Kenneth Pye.

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