Ex-Baylor University Frat President Won’t Be Jailed For Sexual Assault

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Ex-Baylor Frat President, Jacob Walter Anderson, isn't facing charges against his 4 counts of sexual assault.

Jay Baez, Reporter

Jacob Walter Anderson, an Ex-Baylor fraternity president, is walking away from court with a clean record, and avoiding a single day in prison after being indicted on 4 counts of sexual assault.

KWTX sited in their own report that Anderson was given the opportunity to a plea agreement that allows him to plead no contest to a lesser charge of unlawful restraint. The charge would have been a third-degree felony, which is possibly punishable of a term from 2-10 years. If Anderson successfully complies with this plea and performs the necessary three years of probation successfully, and pays a mandatory fee of $400 dollars, his record will be wiped clean and he will not need to register himself as a sexual offender.

The victim and her attorney are infuriated at Anderson’s plea agreement, the woman’s attorney, Vic Feazell, voicing the many facts, and evidence that clearly proves that the victim was r*ped.

In May 2016, Jacob Walter Anderson was indicted on 4 counts of sexual assault after an alleged r*pe n February 21st, 2015. “He nearly choked her to death. He r*ped her violently. He left her passed out in her own vomit — the r*pe exam confirmed r*pe.” Feazell told KWTX, she has also said there is an ongoing petition in the case that now has 85,00 signatures demanding for Anderson to have jail time for his actions.

The alleged r*pe happened at a Frat party on February 21st, 2015, that Anderson’s victim attended. She told police that she had set down her drink to dance, but after she took a couple sips she said she “immediately felt intoxicated”, or even “sedated”. The victim also pointed out that she noticed Anderson hovering around her throughout the party, who then later told her to follow him outside and “he proceeded to r*pe her repeatedly. ” He then “forcefully picked her up and shoved her into a wall and r*ped her vaginally from behind”, telling her that it was fine and she would be fine.

The victim spoke aloud to those in court, “I am devastated by your decision to let my rapist Jacob Walter Anderson go free without any punishment,” making everyone feel her pain and disappointment, “Jacob Anderson and all rapists who get away with their crimes will never be cured, never change. If anything they will be emboldened by their power over women and their ability to escape justice and punishment.”