Watch Schoolgirl ‘raped by teen’ as others filmed and laughed as she ‘begged him to stop’

 Authorities claim that a teenager in Las Vegas, Nevada, $3xually assaulted a “drunk and incoherent” girl while many other people looked on, laughed, and recorded the incident on their cellphones.

The 17-year-old Aiden Cicchetti is charged with three counts of $3xual assault. After the girl reported the event to authorities, he was taken into custody in late March, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

According to Clark County court documents analyzed by Law&Crime, the defendant showed up last week before the Las Vegas Justice Court, where Department 13 Las Vegas Township Justice Court Rebecca Saxe issued him a personal recognizance bail.

In this instance, a no-contact order was issued. In addition, the defendant was told to “stay out of trouble,” according to the court docket.

The alleged victim went out with pals on the evening of March 24 according to the arrest report that the Review-Journal was able to get. She met someone that evening on a “party bus,” according to the court filing, whose name she recognized as Aiden. She reportedly informed police that she and her pals had consumed alcohol from an unidentified bottle that he had allegedly provided for them, including shots.

As time went on, the alleged victim claimed her eyesight began to blur and she began to feel “dizzy and nauseous,” according to the police report. The next thing she recalls from that evening is leaving a house party in Henderson, Nevada, which is about 30 minutes outside of Las Vegas, and making her way to her car.

The girl reportedly informed authorities that she woke up in the middle of the night and found herself in a kitchen that belonged to the boy who brought the bottle of alcohol. She claimed to be missing her panties and pants and to be wearing a blanket around her waist. Around 3:40 a.m., she returned home.

Later that day, according to the police report, Cicchetti messaged the girl on social media and mentioned having $3x with her. The girl told police that she initially believed he was joking up until she received a message the next day saying, “LMAO look what I found on my phone.” Three different videos of the child being $3xually assaulted by Cicchetti as she was in the backseat of her car were attached to that heartless message. Police reported that they could hear the people who recorded the tapes laughing in the background.

The next day at school, the girl apparently presented the tapes to a friend, who urged her to call the police, according to the police. The girl allegedly told a school wellness advisor what had transpired after that. The Review-Journal said that the dean seized a phone that had received the videos.

According to reports, police watched the three recordings and determined that their lengths ranged from three to eleven seconds. The girl is seen in the video to be “barely conscious.” Police claimed that the girl can be heard yelling “stop” while Cicchetti is having intercourse with her in one of the suspected films. Police claimed that the girl can be heard screaming “No, no, no” in another footage.

The LVMPD claims that Cicchetti had at least two accounts of the evening. According to reports, he claimed to have had alcohol in his system, had blurry vision, but was still in control of his actions. When asked if he had $3x with anyone during the party’s night or the early morning hours that followed, his arrest record states that “he said no.”

Then, according to reports, cops presented him with the videos.

The 17-year-old apparently acknowledged being himself after seeing the video and broke down in tears, according to the report. He allegedly afterwards told police that the girl’s pals had “forced him” to have $3x with her after initially assuring them that the $3x was consensual.

The mother of the defendant, who is an attorney, was present during her son’s initial police interrogation, according to the Review-Journal. Cicchetti was initially held in a juvenile facility. He was lodged in the Clark County Detention Facility at the beginning of the week.

Ross Goodman, Cicchetti’s defense lawyer, reaffirmed his client’s assertion that the $3x was consensual in remarks to the Review-Journal. According to reports, he said that when witnesses’ testimony conflicted with what was recorded in the arrest report, police did not interrogate them. Furthermore, Goodman informed the newspaper that there was no proof the girl “was incoherent or otherwise blacked out.”

The Clark County District Attorney’s Office was contacted by Law&Crime for comment on this article, but no response was received. The LVMPD received a request for public documents.

The case will be reviewed for status on June 21.

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