Daily News reports:
Three Houston high school students were charged with aggravated kidnapping this week after they allegedly forced their classmate into a car with the intent of having sex with her, according to court documents.
Immanuel Rizig and Justin Broadway, both 18, were being held in the Harris County jail in lieu of $30,000 for their roles in the November abduction, while the third student, Ryan Jeng, 17, was out on bail, the Houston Chronicle reported.
The trio allegedly pulled their fellow classmate from the hallways of Cypress Springs High School and then forced her into a black vehicle, according to documents obtained ABC 13. She said she tried to pull away, but that her attackers was too strong.
Once they arrived at a home not too far from the school, the victim told investigators her classmates put her in a bedroom where they repeatedly asked for sex.
After denying their first request, she said they left her alone. Eventually, she went looking for her purse, but stumbled across two of her kidnappers, one whom forced her back into the room and pushed her down onto the bed, according to court records.
The high schoolers left her alone after again being turned down for sex, and she escaped, walking to a nearby elementary school, where she asked staff to call 911.
The female student said she didn’t know the identity of her attackers, but has seen them around her high school’s campus.
According to police records there is footage of the girl being kidnapped in addition to a few witnesses who saw her being taken from the building.
Police told ABC 13 they’ve interviewed several students including those involved in the alleged abduction — one of the teens denies the sexual nature of the incident while another said they’d discussed “flipping” her, which refers to passing someone from person to person to have sex.
Another accused student said the girl offered to have sex with at least one of them, but changed her mind once they arrived at the house near the school.
Rizig’s first day in court was Thursday while Jeng and Broadway will appear in court mid-January.