Tevin campbell sexually assaulted
She was the fifth person to be assaulted by Elliott, according to testimony during the trial.
“It stripped me of everything I knew and understood,” the witness said during the sentencing.
They decided on a guilty verdict earlier that day in less than an hour.
By Paula Ann Solis Staff Writer Former Baylor football player Tevin Sherard Elliott, 22, was sentenced Thursday to 20 years in prison and fined ,000 for each of his two sexual assaults committed against a Baylor student in 2012. Jurors from Waco’s 54th State District Court deliberated his punishment for two hours.
The other victim did press charges and Elliott was originally indicted on three counts of sexual assault in 2012 but only two were part of this trial.
Elliott was signed from Mount Pleasant High School in 2009 when he joined the team as a redshirt.
She lost her scholarship and left school for a period of time.
Her mother said Baylor faculty was not helpful in guiding her daughter during this academically stressful time.