A college coede named Katie has been accused of sexually exploiting a college student in a creepy video.
Katie, who’s described as a ‘college coed’, has been charged with a felony charge of sexual exploitation of a minor.
Katie’s video was filmed at the University of Washington and shows the student and a friend at the dorm.
The student is filmed being kissed by Katie and a group of men.
The friend in the video, also named Katie, says he was the one who told Katie to stop kissing him.
‘Katie said I’m doing a bad job.
I’m making you uncomfortable.
I don’t know what to do.
So I stopped,’ Katie said in the recording.
‘I want you to get on top of me.
You know how it is.
I’ll be right here, just like that.
You can kiss me and I’ll cum for you.’
The video, which has been viewed over 4 million times, shows Katie taking the student’s hand and kissing him, before the two fall asleep together.
The Washington Post reported that Katie told the student that she was going to make him cum.
The victim, who was identified only as Michael, said he is scared and confused about the situation.
‘It’s so disturbing,’ he told the newspaper.
‘This is not what college is supposed to be like.
If they knew, they would have kicked her out.’
Michael told the Post that Katie did not tell him that she wanted to have sex with him and told him she was in love with him.
The incident took place in August 2017, and the victim told the Washington Post that he’s ‘shocked, terrified and devastated’.
‘It is the most disturbing thing I’ve ever seen.
It’s so fucked up and so fucked-up, and it’s completely unprofessional,’ he said.
‘There’s no way you could imagine what happened.’
He also alleged that Katie is a ‘sexual predator’.
‘There is nothing like it that you see on TV, no matter what your age or what your background,’ he continued.
‘You don’t think that the girl who’s doing this could be someone who can be this kind of person to you.
It makes me so mad that this is happening in our society.
It is just disgusting and it is disgusting.’
Katie, 22, was arrested on August 18, 2017, on suspicion of two counts of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, a Class D felony, and one count of unlawful oral copulation with a person under 16.
She was released on bail and is scheduled to appear in court on August 23.
‘The university will be providing support and resources to students and staff as the investigation proceeds,’ a university spokesperson told the Seattle Times.
‘We will continue to provide the utmost level of support to all students, staff and alumni who may have been impacted by this incident.’
The student, who has not been identified, was reportedly not involved in the incident and is not accused of rape, but was reportedly in the dorm room when the incident occurred.
‘She was definitely not responsible for what happened,’ Michael said.
Katie has not commented on the incident.