Eagles OL Josh Sills indicted on R@pe and kidnapping charges Prior to Super Bowl. Philadelphia Eagles offensive guard Josh Sills 25, was indicted by a Guernsey County Common Pleas Court grand jury on one count of r@pe and one count of kidnapping in Ohio, both first-degree felonies.
The state’s attorney general announced Wednesday. The police report states that the incident happened on December 5, 2019
Eagles OL Josh Sills indicted on R@pe and kidnapping charges Prior to Super Bowl:
Who is Josh Sills?
Joshua Matthew Sills is an American football offensive guard for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League. He played college football at West Virginia and Oklahoma State.
According to his bio on the Eagles’ website, Sills was one of three undrafted rookies to earn an opening-day roster spot with the team.
What did Josh Sills do?
A grand jury indictment says that Josh Sills of the Philadelphia Eagles football team allegedly engaged in nonconsensual s3xual activity with a woman and held her against her will in December 2019.
He has been placed on the Commissioner’s Exempt List as the league begins a personal conduct policy review, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Sills will not be allowed to participate in team activities including practice, games and travel.
The announcement added that the crime was immediately reported, warranting a detailed investigation from the Guernsey County Sheriff’s Office.
What did the Victim say?
According to the details, Sills and the victim woman know each other from their school time. The woman and one of her friends were at her cousin’s house where she was staying.
As far as she arrived at her cousin’s house a man grabbed her arm and pulled her back to his truck. Later on, she identified him as “Sills”.
The other girls said,
Sills grabbed my friend from her ponytail and forced me to kiss her, even though she tried to stop him.
Once this woman was at her home and then Sills tried to remove her dress and touched her parts inappropriately. And then forced her to give him head.
A nurse told the officer that the woman had marks on her inner lip, right ear, as well as the back of her throat and knee.