A Chicago woman is charged with filming her friend as she lay unconscious and was sexually assaulted - and then afterwards, spreading the alleged "rape video" on social media.
Police say that Beth Rae Harris, 36, posted videos and photographs of a 23-year-old female friend who had passed out after drinking at a party Aug. 24.
Beth and the victim got into a heated argument over a "mutual male acquaintance" while they were at a party together before they left to attend another event, and eventually returned to Beth’s apartment, Assistant State's Attorney Nora Gill said Thursday during a bond hearing at the Cook County Criminal Courthouse.
According to prosecutors, the 23 year old had been drinking heavily during the night, and she fell asleep shortly after getting to Harris' home.
Prosecutors claim that after returning to the apartment, Beth allowed at least one or potentially several men to sexually assault the victim while she slept.
The Prosecutors claim that in one of the Snapchat videos you see, “the victim lay naked as an unidentified man grabbed her buttocks and exposed her vagina to the camera,” and that “Harris allegedly can be heard narrating the assault on the video, at one point warning the man not to wake the victim.”
We're not including any links to the "rape" video. But if you look on Twitter - it can be found.