A top Indiana University football player Kiante Christopher Enis was arrested last week on two counts of child molestation. He was immediately dismissed from the football team.
Police were notified that Kiante, 19, allegedly engaged in sexual misconduct with “a child 13 years or younger.”
Investigators claims that they interviewed both Kiante, and his "girlfriend" who was just 13 and both admitted to having a sexual relationship.
Here's more from heraldbulletin.com:
According to published reports in the Star Press in Muncie that quoted an affidavit that detailed the charges made in the investigation by the Randolph County Sheriff’s Department, Enis at first believed the girl was 16 when they had sex the first time earlier this year.
After that first encounter, however, he found out she was 13. And Enis, 18 at the time last spring, had sex with the girl two more times. And he told detectives that he knew what he was doing was wrong.
When the girl was interviewed at her junior high school, she initially tried to pass their relationship off as being very casual. Detectives, however, believed there was more to the story, and when they pressed her on it she admitted that they had sex twice in her parents' home last March.
She also said that Enis had sent her a cellphone picture of his genitals. He also told her on several occasions not to tell anyone that the two of them had sex.