Information gathered from the Judiciary of Guam website: www.guamcourts.org
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Guam Pacific Daily News
A soccer player for a professional South Korean team was charged with sexually assaulting a woman at LeoPalace Resort Guam this week, according to a magistrate’s complaint recently filed in the Superior Court of Guam.
Byong Oh Kim is listed as a forward for the Sangju Sangmu team, according to the team’s official website.
Police in the early morning hours on Monday responded to LeoPalace in Yona, where they met with a 22-year-old woman who alleged Kim raped her in a hotel room, court documents state.
The woman told police that at about 2 a.m. on Monday, she woke to Kim rubbing her stomach and breast and alleged he took off her underwear and raped her, court papers state. “(She) froze and did not know what to do,” court documents state.
The woman said Kim carried her to the restroom and raped her again and when she screamed, Kim put his hand over her mouth “in an attempt to keep (her) quiet,” court documents state.
She told police she bit his hand and then ran out of the room, yelling for help. Kim reportedly chased after her to keep her from getting help, according to the court complaint.
The woman found a security guard who called police, documents state.
Kim is charged with third-degree criminal sexual conduct as a second-degree felony and fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct as a misdemeanor.
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