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South Korean soccer player accused of rape indicted by Superior Court grand jury

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Byong Oh Kim, according to court documents, faces additional counts of criminal sexual conduct.
Last month, the victim alleged she had been raped by Kim at Leo Palace Resort. She told police she was able to get away and call a security guard who phoned police.
Kim's defense attorney, Randy Cunliffe, tells KUAM surveillance footage tells a different story.
Kim, who is an attacker for the Sangju Sangmu team, was released from custody late last month after posting 10-thousand dollars cash bail.
He was charged with three counts of third degree criminal sexual conduct as a second degree felony as well as four counts of fourth degree criminal sexual conduct as a misdemeanor.
He'll answer to those charges on Wednesday.

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