Jarriel King, Seattle Seahawks Offensive Lineman, Arrested For Sexual Assault

Jarriel King, an offensive lineman for the Seattle Seahawks – seen here getting hurdled by running back Marshall Lynch – was arrested in February “after allegedly sexually assaulting a woman who was highly intoxicated,” according to WCSC in South Carolina. The disgusting details:

According to the arrest warrant released Monday, King and Holmes had forcible sex with a 25-year-old woman on Feb. 26 after returning from a nightclub.

Police say the victim was drinking Ciroc liquor and smoking marijuana with King and Holmes at King’s Palmetto Lane home. The three went out to a night club and then came back to the home and continued smoking pot and drinking.

At that point, the 25-year-old victim became dizzy and light headed and laid down on a bed. According to a police report, the victim then felt King and Holmes touching her and trying to take off her pants. She tried to stand up and get the two men to stop, but was unable to walk or stand.

The woman fell back down on the bed where King and Holmes then removed her shirt, pants, underwear and bra. The two men then began to sexually assault the victim, according to the arrest warrant. The victim told police that during the alleged rape, she repeatedly told them to stop, but they did not.

After the assault, the victim passed out. She woke up around 8:30 a.m. and went downstairs. One of the suspects, who was awake, gave her a ride home.

No word from the Seahawks yet, but if found guilty, it seems unlikely that King will be blocking for new QB Matt Flynn next season. [Live 5 News]

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