Judge Throws Out “Fifty Shades of Grey” Rape Case – Student Agreed to Be Tied Up in Sex Romp

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University of Illinois-Chicago student Mohammad Hossain was arrested in February after allegedly raping and whipping a fellow classmate.
Hossain told police he was just acting out “50 Shades of Grey.”
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Mohammad Hossain has been charged with aggravated criminal sexual assault in an alleged attack on a fellow student in his dorm room at the University of Illinois at Chicago. (Cook County Sheriff’s Office)

On Thursday a Cook County judge threw out the case against Mohammad.
The accuser told the court she agreed to be tied up and sexually assaulted.
The Chicago Tribune reported:

A student leader at the University of Illinois at Chicago was cleared of a rape charge Thursday by a Cook County judge in a case that had drawn attention because he was accused of re-enacting scenes from the film “50 Shades of Grey.”

Judge Peggy Chiampas found no probable cause after a lengthy preliminary hearing in which the alleged victim testified.

The defendant, Mohammad Hossain, 19, a biology student, was released from custody Thursday evening. He had been held in protective custody at the Cook County Jail since his arrest last month.

As he left the jail, Hossain denied sexually assaulting anyone. He said he had learned to be careful about whom he can trust and now was focused on completing his education, whether at UIC or somewhere else.

“All that really matters is becoming a doctor,” he said. “I have one goal in mind, and that’s what I’ll set my heart to.”

His 19-year-old accuser, a chemistry major at UIC, testified for more than 90 minutes Thursday, at times wringing her hands as she told the judge her encounter with Hossain on Feb. 21 was consensual at first but that she told him to stop and began crying after he hit her hard with a belt.

“I was saying, ‘No, stop,’ shaking my head from side to side,” she said.

“He said, ‘I want to see how much you can take,'” she testified. “He said, ‘I want to see you cry.’ “

Hossain’s lawyer and a prosecutor had finished questioning the woman when the judge had several questions of her own. Chiampas asked if the woman had said anything to Hossain when he bound her wrists or while he allegedly sexually assaulted her. She answered no to both questions.

Two of Hossain’s female friends jumped up and screamed in the lobby of the Leighton Criminal Court Building after learning of the judge’s ruling.

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