Coastal Carolina cornerback Ray Lewis III, the son of legendary Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, has been charged with third-degree criminal sexual conduct after he allegedly sexually assaulted two women in January, according to WMBF-TV.
According to the report, Lewis III allegedly sexually assaulted two victims at an apartment – one of which he engaged with sexually without her consent.
“On Saturday, January 23, Conway Police officer responded to a local hospital, where the victims told police they were sexually assaulted at an apartment in the 2200 block of Technology Drive, according to a news release from the police department. Detectives were called to the hospital to take over the investigation.
Medical reports, victim statements, witness statements, and lab statements were presented to the solicitor’s office, and warrants were obtained for 20-year-old Ray Lewis III.
The arrest warrant alleges that Lewis did engage in sexual battery with an 18-year-old female with the knowledge that the victim was incapacitated and/or physically helpless from the use of drugs and/or alcohol.”
Lewis III was charged after he turned himself in on Friday. WMBF-TV reports Coastal Carolina has suspended the 20-year-old indefinitely.
Lewis spent his first two seasons at the University of Miami (his dad’s former school) before transferring to Coastal Carolina. He appeared in 12 games for the team in 2015.