University of Central Florida police have launched an investigation after an unidentified female student claims she was raped after a fraternity party.
The victim told university police that she and a friend drank at a party in the off-campus Sigma Pi fraternity house on Darwin Drive in January.
According to the incident report, they called another friend to come and pick them up. While waiting, the victim says a familiar member of the fraternity approached them.
The fraternity member, whose name was redacted from the report, helped get the two into the car when it arrived and then went back to their apartment with them.
The victim told police the suspect was supposed to sleep in the bathroom in her apartment, but as she was sleeping, the suspect got into bed with her, authorities said.
She asked what he was doing and told him to stop, but he said, “Just go with it,” a police report states.
That’s when he took off his pants and raped her, an incident report said. She told him no repeatedly and tried to get him to stop, but at some point she may have blacked out, police said.
According to police, the victim said that she had four drinks at the party but was unsure if someone slipped anything into one of her drinks.
Courtney Gilmartin, a spokeswoman for the school, said that while the suspect has not been charged, UCF police are still investigating.