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ARLINGTON, TN — A teen has been accused of trying to rape his friend’s mother during a sleepover at her home.

Jordan Corter,18, was spending the night at a friend’s home Sunday night. At around 2:30 a.m. he knocked on the bedroom door of his friend’s mother.

When she opened it, Corter allegedly forced himself into the room and locked the door.

He then allegedly pushed the woman onto the bed and placed his hand inside her pajama shorts.

The woman wasn’t having it and kneed Corter in the nuts. She then grabbed a pistol, pointed it at his face and told him to get the hell out of her house.

For some reason, she didn’t immediately call police. They were not notified until that afternoon after she went to work told her boss what happened.

When police interviewed Corter, he reportedly cried like a baby, telling them that he “forced the victim to do the things she didn’t want to do” and he “should not be forgiven.”

Corter was arrested and is facing charges of attempted rape and sexual battery. His bond has been set at $30,000.

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