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Jaclyn Cosgrove, Daily O’Collegian (Oklahoma State University), August 30, 2007

A former OSU wrestler accused of raping an OSU student is suing the woman for intentional infliction of emotional distress.

Clay Kehrer, 23, was charged with rape in September and was suspended from the wrestling team.

The initial case between Kehrer and the woman has not been settled and will continue Oct. 19.

On Aug. 26, 2006, police officers responded to a report of rape in the 2000 block of East Elm Avenue, according to the O’Collegian archives.

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[Kehrer’s attorney, Stephen] Jones also said OSU has shown racism because it did not suspend black athletes for the same charges Kehrer, who is white, faces.

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OSU linebacker Chris Collins, who is black, was one example of at least three times a black athlete had been charged with rape and not been suspended, Jones said.

Collins has sexual assault charges against him in a different case but was not kicked off the football team, Jones said.

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A grand jury indicted Collins in December 2004, after he and another man were arrested in May 2004, The Dallas Morning News reported.

They were charged with sexually assaulting an intoxicated 12-year-old girl at a Texarkana hotel during an after-prom party, according to the newspaper.

Collins pleaded not guilty in March, and since his arrest, he has been free on $40,000 bond, according to the newspaper.

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(Posted on August 30, 2007)

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