Max Nicastro, a Boston University hockey player, was arraigned in the Brighton Municipal Court last week on Massachusetts Sex Crimes Charges for allegedly raping another BU student on campus.
Nicastro was arraigned on two counts of Rape and released on $10,000 bail.
According to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, the female student was allegedly raped last Sunday, a few hours following the Boston University and University of Massachusetts-Lowell hockey game. Boston University Police, after conducting “interviews”, reportedly arrested Max Nicastro at 6:30 a.m.
The crime of Rape in Massachusetts is defined as the compelling another to engage in sexual acts against their will, and is punishable by life imprisonment for up to 20 years. Additionally, a conviction for rape also carries other collateral severe penalties, including Sex Offender Registration.
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