The University of Kentucky football player charged with rape had a previous relationship with his accuser, another student at UK, according to the warrant filed in court.
The student told police Oct. 2 that Lloyd Tubman raped her in her dorm room about 11:30 a.m. that day, the document said.
The woman said Tubman, 20, showed up at her dorm and then called, asking to speak with her in her room, according to the court document. After initially refusing, the woman said she went to the lobby to check him in as her guest.
As she typed a paper while sitting on her roommate's bed, the woman said Tubman interrupted her repeatedly before he disrobed and refused to leave, according to the court document.
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Tubman restrained her while she fought, the warrant said.
Immediately after the alleged rape, the student, who was "in shock," told Tubman he had to leave, according to the warrant. He followed her to the elevator. The student took Tubman to the building's lobby. She told police she'd been admonished previously for not being present when a visitor checked out.
Police said in the warrant that a video of the lobby showed there was no physical contact or "intimate gestures" between the two.
On Wednesday, Tubman appeared via video in Fayette District Judge Julie Goodman's courtroom for arraignment. Lexington attorney Jim Lowry entered a not-guilty plea on Tubman's behalf. Goodman ordered Tubman to pay 10 percent of a $10,000 bond and to have no contact with his accuser. He is supposed to stay in Louisville with his parents.
Tubman is scheduled to be back in court Oct. 23 for a preliminary hearing.
The redshirt defensive lineman from Louisville has been suspended from the football team, Coach Mark Stoops confirmed Tuesday.
Tubman committed to UK on national signing day after previously committing to Penn State. He was listed on 247Sports.com as a four-star recruit and the No. 12 weak-side defensive end in the nation.
He was the No. 3 prospect in the state for the class of 2014, behind fellow UK recruits Matt Elam and Drew Barker. According to 247Sports, Tubman was the third-best prospect in UK's much-celebrated class behind Elam and Barker.