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UK Rape Suspect Pleads Not Guilty

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Updated: 1/22/2013 7:24 pm
University of Kentucky student Simon Segal pleaded not guilty in Fayette District Court on Tuesday to raping a coed in a campus dorm room.

Segal was arrested Saturday morning, not long after the reported attack.

According to a police report, Segal is accused of forcing himself on the reported victim after the two left an off-campus party.

The reported victim told investigators that she refused Segal's advances, but that he pinned her down in a dorm room and knocked her unconscious, according to a police report.

Segal is due back in court for a preliminary hearing on February 5, 2013. 
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