University of Southern California linebacker Osa Masina was suspended by the school on Tuesday amid two separate sexual assault investigations stemming from incidents that occurred in California and Utah.
According to reports, a search warrant says the victim of both assaults told police Masina, 19, and another USC football player, Don Hill, drugged and raped her on July 14 and July 26. The victim then says her rape was recorded and Snapchatted to her ex boyfriend, who plays football at the University of Arizona.
The woman, whose name has not been made public, claims the first rape happened at Hill’s apartment. She was given Xanax, wine, Captain Morgan, and smoked weed throughout the day before she ending up alone in a bedroom with Masina and Hill.
The second alleged assault happened 12 days later, when after another day of partying she woke up to find Hill on top of her, forcing her to perform anal and oral sex.
Neither of the two USC football players have been charged yet, but Masina has been removed from the team.