As a school party raged on, 18 year old Nikki Yovino allegedly invited two Negro football players at her school to go into a tiny, dirty bathroon and **** her brains out.
Negros, never ones to turn down white *****, eagerly complied with her request. I suppose we had a case of double penetration here.
After the sordid encounter things took an interesting turn, a turn that could put her sorry *** in prison for five years.
If the story you are about to read is true, then let Nikki Yovino start a new campus organization upon her release from prison. We can call it Black D*cks Matter.
BRIDGEPORT — It was another harrowing case of an alleged rape occurring at an off-campus drinking party of underage college students.
In this instance, a teen claimed she was repeatedly raped by two Sacred Heart University football players in a tiny basement bathroom while the party raged on.
But months after the players were dismissed from the team and had withdrawn from the school 18-year-old Nikki Yovino confessed she had made the rape allegations up to gain the sympathy of a prospective boyfriend, police said.
On Wednesday, Yovino, of South Setauket, N.Y., was charged with second-degree false reporting of an incident and tampering with or fabricating physical evidence.
The tampering charge is a felony punishable by up to five years in prison.
After surrendering to police here, Yovino was released after posting $150,000 bond. She is scheduled to be arraigned in Superior Court on March 3.
“She admitted that she made up the allegation of sexual assault against (the football players) because it was the first thing that came to mind and she didn’t want to lose (another male student) as a friend and potential boyfriend,” the police arrest warrant affidavit states. “She stated that she believed when (the other male student) heard the allegation, it would make him angry and sympathetic to her.”
Yovino’s lawyer, Mark Sherman, of Stamford, said he hadn’t seen the arrest warrant affidavit but continued, “My client denies the allegations and stands by her original story.”
In the arrest affidavit, Detective Walberto Cotto Jr. said that last October a university official told him both players had been academically suspended by SHU because of the sexual assault allegation.
Cotto also wrote in the affidavit that one of the players “lost a year of NCAA sports eligibility and his Division 1 NCAA football scholarship.” A source with knowledge of investigation told Hearst Connecticut Media that the other player also lost his scholarship.
Sacred Heart University disputed some of those assertions.
“The federal Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act prevents us from providing information about specific students. However, I can say that some of the early information that was released is inaccurate,” SHU communications director Deb Noack said in the statement. “Sacred Heart never expelled the two students nor was any student stripped of scholarships because of any allegations.
“Whenever there is any kind of incident at Sacred Heart University, we go to great lengths to ensure due process for all parties involved,” Noack said. “The way that this particular case is playing out certainly demonstrates the validity of our procedures.”
The names of the two students, one of whom has since returned to SHU, are being withheld by Hearst Connecticut Media. The lawyer for one of the students said his client does not want to comment on Yovino’s arrest and wants to put the incident behind him.
According to the arrest affidavit, when police Detective Walberto Cotto Jr. pressed Yovino about inconsistencies in her original statement, she admitted she had made up the allegations against the two young men in the hope of gaining sympathy from a prospective boyfriend.
On Oct. 15, police were dispatched to St. Vincent’s Medical Center for a sexual assault complaint. Police said Yovino told them she had attended a Sacred Heart football club party the night before at a house at Lakeside Drive here.
Police said the girl claimed the two men pulled her into a bathroom in the basement of the house.
“I don’t want to be in here, I don’t want to do anything. My friends are waiting for me outside, let me go outside,” police said she claims she told the men.
Police said Yovino told them they held her down and each took a turn sexually assaulting her.
Police said both men admitted having sex with Yovino in the bathroom, but said it was consensual. Both students agreed to withdraw from the university after they were stripped of their scholarships and as they were about to go before a disciplinary hearing.
Cotto later questioned Yovino again after others students told them it appeared Yovino had gone willingly into the bathroom with the men. One student said he had overheard Yovino telling the men she wanted to have sex with them, the affidavit said.
So, tell me this: How is a decent young white man supposed to find a good wife and start a family in this sick, sick, sick American culture?
Burn the coal, pay the toll. Another mudshark coming to a bad end. I just hope no white male is stupid enough to marry her.