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If you are Louisville Superstar AD Tom Jurich…. the last thing you want to read is the word “Louisville” in the same sentence with…
“impregnates his 14 y/o cousin”.
There is just No Way Jose that THAT would “make the day” of any official at the embattled ACC member institution; but alas, it was true back in Feb 2014. …. But at least this did NOT happen in Rick’s World.
While Hall of Famer Pitino bobs and weaves his way unsuccessfully around “Ho-gate”…. this year old testimony to the high character standards of University of Louisville student-athletes falls in the lap of The ‘Ville nefarious Football Coach good ol’ Bobby Patino. No, there was no blond coed on a Harley this time…. it’s involved an incoming recruit what done this one.
No mention of whether this youngster employed a table in a restaurant for the dastardly deed as Hall of Fame Rick once did. But who among us really knows much about “impregnating a 14 y/o cousin”. I certainly don’t.
We are ASSUMING that this youngster never enrolled at Louisville…. but, it being Louisville…. don’t bet on it.
When The Swoff announced Louisville as the newest member of The ACC there was some concern expressed as to the overall standards of the Kentucky-based academic institution. Well ……..
Teen Louisville football commit busted in underage cousin sex case
A high school football player who recently committed to the University of Louisville was arrested after he impregnated his 14-year-old cousin, authorities said.
Sharieff Inuka Rhaheed-Muhammad, 17, of Fort Pierce, Fla., was charged with lewd and lascivious conduct with a victim aged 12 to 16, local media reported.
The teen girl admitted to having sex with her older cousin after her mother gave her a pregnancy test that showed up positive, reported local station WPEC-TV.
The local station said police launched an investigation into the claim in October and determined that the pair had sex in late June while the girl was at Rhaheed-Muhammad’s house for a family visit.
Rhaheed-Muhammad “began touching her” in the summer of 2010 at the age of 14 when she was only 11, according to The Courier-Journal.
The girl, who aborted the pregnancy in November, told police that the sex “just happened” and that the 6-foot-2, 200-pound linebacker did not rape her, a police report states.
Genetic testing on Feb. 11 revealed with 99.99% certainty that Rhaheed-Muhammad was the father. The young man initially refused to provide DNA sample until police served a search warrant and got a swab of his DNA, authorities said.
Rhaheed-Muhammad, who has no criminal history, was released from juvenile detention Tuesday, WPEC-TV said.
If convicted, he could face up to 15 years in prison and a $10,000 fine.
The University of Louisville could not be reached for comment.
AGAIN…. This Story was from February 2014.