55-year-old Tony Yapias, a prominent Mexican activist who is anti-Donald Trump, has now been charged with rape when he allegedly assaulted his girlfriend after she tried to end their relationship a few months ago. Ironically, Yapias was critical of presidential candidate Donald Trump regarding his “Mexicans are rapists” comment that has been spun by liberal medias since the beginning of the presidential race.
The director of Proyecto Latino de Utah was charged with rape, a first-degree felony and evidence tampering by authorities. A $250,000 bail has been set for Yapias, and a court date has not been scheduled at this time. The rape, which reportedly occurred when he invaded her house on March 21, is explained in the court document description below:
“The victim had terminated the relationship 10 days prior and had expressed strongly and repeatedly in text messages that the relationship was over and she did not want anything to do with the defendant… The victim’s last text to the defendant, before he arrived at her home said: ‘I said no. don’t you get it.’ The defendant responded with a series of three text messages as follows: ‘No, I don’t get it,’ then ‘I’ll be there’ followed a short time later by ‘I’m here.’ The victim again made it clear she was not interested in continuing a relationship and did not want to engage in sex. The defendant forced the issue and had sexual intercourse with the victim without her consent.”
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