A Utah football player was arrested on Thursday after police claimed he kidnapped and raped a 17-year-old girl.
The alleged victim informed the police that she had met Terrell Perriman, a 20-year-old recipient for the team, on Instagram and reported on Snapchat. The girl informed the police that Perriman had sent her sexually transmitted videos and photos and requested the same from her.
The girl then went to Perriman's apartment on Friday, where he took her to the bedroom and refused to let her go unless she was said to give Perriman oral sex.
"The victim said that she started crying because she wanted to go and was scared," said a statement with probable reason. The girl tried to leave the room and Perriman was said to be standing at the door blocking her exit.
Perriman also reportedly took the girl's phone away and kept it out of her reach so that she could not call for help.
The victim said Perriman then pulled his pants down and pulled the girl's shorts down and raped her.
Perriman is charged with kidnapping, raping, and seducing a minor, and for violating material that is harmful to a minor.
Greg Wilking, a police officer in Salt Lake City, said the police have "signs" that there may be more victims.
"In such cases, there is often not just one victim," he added. "This is behavior that repeats itself."
Perriman, a three-star recruit from Miami Central High School, was a 2018 red shirt that played 10 games in 2019.