$5M Bail For HIV Infected Suspect
An HIV-positive man from Chicago, Illinois has been accused of sexually assaulting a teenage male after the victim refused to do something strange for a piece of change allegedly.
Kevin T. Miller, 48, was charged with criminal sexual assault in the incident which allegedly took place on Saturday.
The story is the two were at a mutual friend's home when Kevin followed the teen into the bathroom, grabbed him, pulled his pants down and allegedly sexually assaulted him.
The teen broke free and bust Kevin in the head with a bottle of Absolut!
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS - An HIV-positive Chicago man was ordered held in lieu of $5 million bail Sunday for allegedly sexually assaulting a male teenager after the victim refused to have sex for money.
Kevin T. Miller, 48, was charged with criminal sexual assault in the incident, which took place Saturday, according to court records.
Miller and a 16-year-old were at a mutual acquaintance's home Saturday in the same building where Miller lives, according to Assistant State's Attorney Elizabeth Dibler.
She said Miller offered the teen $100 for sex but the teen refused and went to the bathroom.
He followed the victim into the bathroom and grabbed him, Dibler said.
They struggled, Miller pulled down the victim's pants and sexually assaulted him, Dibler said.
The teen broke free, left the bathroom, grabbed a vodka bottle and hit Miller in the head, Dibler said.
Miller had a bandage on his head Sunday when he appeared in Cook County Bond Court.
The victim ran out of the apartment and a witness called police, Dibler said.
Miller told police he was HIV positive, Dibler said.
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