Ex-Baylor Player Tevin Elliott Convicted of Sexual Assault

Former defensive end, Tevin Elliott, was convicted Thursday on two counts of sexual assault.

A Waco jury found former Baylor football player, Tevin Elliott, guilty of sexually assaulting a Baylor student in 2012.

Elliott was suspended indefinitely from the team on August 27, 2012 for violation of team rules. The assault happened on April 15, 2012.

The Waco Tribune has the full story here.

Three other women testified that Elliott also sexually assaulted them, and another told the jury that Elliott followed her into her bedroom, locked the door and would not let her leave.

The punishment phase of the trial will begin this afternoon, per the Tribune.

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