A University of Kentucky student accused of rape pleaded not guilty Tuesday.
On Saturday, UK police arrested Simon Segal, 18, accusing him of raping a female acquaintance on campus.
Segal met the UK student at an off-campus party late Friday, UK police Chief Joe Monroe said. They both then returned to a campus residence hall.
The woman said he got into her bed and crawled on top of her.
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She tried to refuse and remembered him saying, "I want to make you feel better," according to a police uniform citation in the case.
Segal then pinned her neck with his hand and forearm, causing her to become unconscious, the document said.
A witness told police, who later found Segal in a parking lot, Monroe said. He is expected to appear in court Feb. 5.