Montana quarterback Jordan Johnson was charged on Tuesday with rape.
Charges were filed just before the close of business Tuesday in Missoula County District Court by Suzy Boylan, assistant chief deputy county attorney.
In the affidavit, Boylan described a chain of events that began with an exchange of text messages and ended with the alleged rape.
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Early in 2012, the University of Montana investigated several sexual assault allegations, some of which included football players. The rape charge against Johnson is a result of an incident from last February
Back in March of 2012, Johnson had a temporary restraining order taken out against him by a Montana student who alleged that he sexually assaulted her.
The University of Montana is currently under investigation by the NCAA as well as the U.S. Justice and Education Departments.
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