Former University at Buffalo football player Matthew Nunn is set to plead guilty in a rape case that has gripped the sports world.
Nunn, who is now 27, is accused of raping an acquaintance in 2014.
The former football player was arrested in December and charged with one count of second-degree rape.
He is set for sentencing Tuesday.
He was a first-round draft pick of the Buffalo Bills in 2015 and the first overall pick of their NFL draft.
“I’m just trying to do the right thing for my family,” Nunn said at his arraignment in February.
“You know, my family has been through a lot.”
He was sentenced to serve three years of probation and ordered to perform 200 hours of community service, according to court documents.
His lawyer, Christopher DeCaro, said Nunn had been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder.
NUNN: I don’t want to be seen as a rapist Matthew NUNNS: I am a victim of sexual assault and a perpetrator of sexual violence, his lawyer, Chris DeCarot, said in court documents obtained by Vice News.
NNNNNNNN: ‘I just don’t get it’ After his arrest, Nunn told The Associated Press that he had been raped by another person.
He described his attacker as a former football teammate, and the two had been friends since they were in high school.
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The charges against Nunn were dropped in March, and he was released from prison last month.
He signed with the Marquette University football team in March.
He had previously been suspended by the school for violating team rules and a coach’s policy.
In an interview with ESPN in February, Nnnnn said that he and his alleged attacker had a falling out and that Nunn and his then-girlfriend left the school shortly after the incident.
The pair are the only people named in court papers filed by Nunn.
The two met through an online dating site, where Nunn allegedly sent explicit photos of himself to the alleged victim, according a complaint filed by DeCaros.
The complaint also said that Nnnn “has admitted to raping the plaintiff at least three times since January 2015, and on more than one occasion since May 2016.”
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