A MAN and a woman have been charged after allegedly drugging and raping a 13-year-old girl in Minnesota.
They both are facing prison time for the alleged rape, during which the male suspect allegedly told the teen what he was doing was legal because there was “adult supervision.”
Authorities have accused 23-year-old Jordan Freitag of raping the teen at his home in Renville, Minnesota last weekend.
Court documents allege that 20-year-old Kelsey Jones aiding the sexual violence by holding the girl down while Freitag raped her, according to local news outlet WCCO.
Freitag allegedly drugged the teen, who later woke up inside his home.
When she woke up, the 13-year-old was naked in his bed, police say.
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The man allegedly proceeded to rape the teen, despite her asking him to stop multiple times.
Police allege that Freitag told the 13-year-old that the sexual violence was not against the law since there was “adult supervision,” WCCO reported.
"I know you want this," he allegedly told her, according to court documents.
The Minnesota man could spend up to 30 years in prison if convicted.
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Court documents claim that Freitag eventually told authorities that he had raped the girl.
According to reports of Freitag’s account, Jones helped him carry out the rape.
Jones allegedly kept the victim pinned down while Freitag raped her.
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The woman faces up to 15 years in prison if convicted on the aiding and abetting-related criminal charges.
The pair have both been let out on bail after posting cash bonds.
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