OSWEGO, N.Y. – The SUNY Oswego student that was arrested for raping another student two weeks ago has been formally charged. Adarsha Budhathoki was charged with third-degree rape, second-degree unlawful imprisonment and third-degree sexual abuse.
The incident was reported to University Police by the victim on Oct. 25. Budhathoki was arrested four days later. The two individuals that were involved in this case were acquaintances. It has been reported that there were no drugs or alcohol involved in this incident.
Budhathoki was a resident of Cayuga Residence Hall. The rape took place in Funnelle Residence Hall. He allegedly restrained the victim, not allowing her to leave the room. He also committed other sexual acts and consent was not given.
In response to the incident, an email was sent from SUNY Oswego President, Deborah Stanley, to the students. The email informed students what happened on campus and directed students where they can find more information about Title IX.
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