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Teen Accused of Trying to Rape Friend’s Mom At Sleepover


Teen Accused of Trying to Rape Friend’s Mom At Sleepover

A teenager is accused of trying to rape his friend’s mom while at their home for a sleepover. 

18-year-old Jordan Corter allegedly tried to rape his friend’s mother during a sleepover but she kneed him in the groin and pulled a pistol on him to stop the attack, authorities said. Corter was reportedly staying over at his friend’s house in Arlington Tn around 2:30 a.m., on Monday which caused the mom to pack up all of the family’s alcohol into her room and locked the door, Shelby County Sheriff’s deputies told WREG.

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Police reports say after locking away the alcohol, Corter reportedly knocked on the mother’s door and when she opened it slightly, he forced his way in. The teen allegedly pushed the woman onto the bed and stuck his hand down her pajama shorts, WLWT reported. The woman kneed Corter in the groin as a scuffle proceeded. She then rushed to grab a pistol and aimed it at his head. She ordered him to get out. She says the attack left her with a black eye.

Cops were only notified after the woman told her boss what happened on Monday and he called authorities. Cops say when they went to question Corter, he allegedly burst into tears and told them he,

“forced the victim to do the things she didn’t want to do” and “should not be forgiven.”

However, the teen’s family insists that he’s a good boy.

“He’s a good kid. He just graduated high school,” his step-grandfather told WREG outside the family’s home in Bartlett, Tn. Deputies were less kind.

“Know who you invite into your home,” they posted on Facebook Tuesday.

Corter was charged with attempted rape and sexual battery and taken to Shelby County jail. His bond was set at $30,000.

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Take a look at his mugshot below along with some others from recent arrests. 

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