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Andrew HaynesCALHOUN, GA – Police have charged Andrew Haynes, Fields Chapman and Damon “Avery” Johnson, all 18-years-old,  with aggravated sexual battery after an alleged attack on a girl inside a cabin during a post-prom party earlier this month.

Gilmer County Sheriff Stacy Nicholson said the charges stem from an incident that happened earlier this month inside the bedroom of a cabin at the Coosawattee River Resort. It’s being reported that an 18-year-old girl was sexually assaulted by the three teens during an “out of control” drinking party attended by as many as 27 people. The victim ended up hospitalized for several hours the next day for “substantial” injuries.

Nicholson said the arrests were made after more than 50 interviews — including someone who witnessed the assault, studying forensic evidence, and enlisting the help of sexual assault experts. He went on to say that they were not able to charge the teens with rape because they’d used a foreign object on the victim.

He declined to elaborate when questioned about this, only stating that what happened to the victim was not “true rape” as outlined by the law. However, if the teens are convicted of the aggravated sexual battery charges, they could be looking at life in prison. All three teens have been released from jail after posting $50,000 bond each.

While these three were the only ones charged in relation to the sexual assault, Nicholson said there were many people at the party under the age of 21 who were drinking alcohol, and they plan on charging them all with underage consumption. Teenagers and alcohol don’t mix. There’s nothing good that can come out of it,” Nicholson said.

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