An Atlanta Falcons rookie free agent signee, Torrey Green, was waived early Thursday morning after accusations arose that the linebacker was at the center of two separate rape investigations.
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According to TMZ, Utah is actively investigating three incidents allegedly involving Green while he was at Utah State, two women who allege rape and one who allege groping.
Per the report, the first incident occurred in January 2015 where a woman claims Green pushed her on his bed, removed her pants and started having sex with her despite demanding he, "please stop," and that she didn't, "want to do this."
He reportedly "went for it" anyway, then allegedly asked her if she was the "kinda girl that would report rape? Because that would ruin my career." She reportedly went to the sexual assault center and nurses administered a rape kit. He told cops he stopped his sexual advances when she "hesitated."
According to the report, the second incident occurred in November 2015 at a party when he allegedly was drinking with a woman, took her to a room, locked the door and begged for sex. She reportedly said, "No," and the door was locked when he ended up on top of her, with her pants off and she claimed to be in pain.
She also got a rape kit and went to police before she reportedly stopped cooperating.
The final incident was also in November, when a woman claimed she was groped by Green multiple times against her will.
A decision hasn't been made on whether he'll be charged or not. Green had 88 tackles, seven sacks and two interceptions during his time at Utah State.
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