Teen would-be rapist Jordan Corter [seen left in his mugshot], has been charged with sexual battery and criminal attempted rape for allegedly attacking his friend’s mother during a sleepover
A teenager from Tennessee has been arrested and charged with attempting to rape his friend’s mother during a sleepover.
Corter, 18, from Bartlett, was spending Sunday night at his friend’s home in Arlington when police say he knocked on the bedroom door of the other boy’s mother.
The woman, who has not been identified, had gone to bed during the sleepover after hiding all the alcohol in the house in her room, which she locked.
Police say when the woman heard the knock at 2.30am on Monday, she went to open the door and Corter barged inside.
The 18-year-old suspect then forced his friend’s mother into her bed and shoved his hand down her pajama shorts, according to an arrest affidavit cited by Fox 13.
The woman, however, put up a fight and kneed Corter in the groin. Before he had a chance to recover, the mom managed to grab hold of a pistol and pointed it at the intruder’s head.
The woman did not call police right away, and instead ordered the teen to get out of her house.
The 18-year-old burst into tears when police came to arrest him the next day
When officers went to arrest Corter at his home in Bartlett, they said the teenager burst into tears and said he ‘should not be forgiven’ for what he had done.
Ungracious guest: Jordan Corter allegedly shoved his hand down the victim’s pants, but she fought back, grabbed a hold of a pistol and ordered him to leave at gunpoint
He also admitted to forcing his friend’s mother ‘to do the things she didn’t want to do,’ according to the affidavit.
The victim told police Corter did not sexually penetrate her, but she did suffer a black eye while trying to escape his grasp.
Corter was booked into the Shelby County Jail on charges of sexual battery and criminal attempted rape. His bond was set at $30,000.
Corter’s step-grandfather defended the youth in an interview with WREG, describing him as a ‘good kid’ who had just graduated high school.
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