A man was arrested Tuesday on charges of violently assaulting his ex-girlfriend last month.
Police were called about a domestic violence protective order violation on Aug. 24.
According to court documents, the victim said that she was walking down Maxwell Street when her ex-boyfriend, Robert Bray, 28, of Georgetown, pulled up beside her in an SUV and picked her up. An unknown man was driving, and Bray was in the back seat, with two motorcycles following the vehicle.
The victim said, according to court records, that she got into the car because she knows “who he hangs out with” and was worried of the consequences had she not gotten into the car.
When they stopped at an unknown location, Bray and the unknown driver assaulted her, according to court documents.
The victim told police that a pillow case was placed over her head and the subjects dumped a 5-gallon bucket of water on her face, causing her to choke and gasp for air. While dumping the water on the victim, Bray allegedly asked her, “Did you call the cops?” in reference to a July arrest, according to the records.
Bray and the other man then tied up and verbally, sexually and physically assaulted the victim, according to court documents.
After the assault, the males made the victim ride in the car shirtless and with her hands tied, before they dropped her off near Seventh Street.
Bray was charged Tuesday with kidnapping, assault and a violation of a Kentucky domestic violence order.