Brayden Pond, 17, was tried Tuesday in Montana's Yellowstone County court on five counts of consensual sex.
A high school soccer player from Montana pleaded not guilty to raping five teenagers.
Brayden Pond, 17, was tried Tuesday in Yellowstone County court on five counts of sexual intercourse without consent.
Billings High School student is accused of raping girls, ages 14-17, on several occasions last year.
Pond, who has been charged as an adult, is accused of raping his alleged victims in a parking lot, at a party and in his truck.
According to the accusation documents obtained by KRTV, a 16-year-old girl alleges that Viola was raped by Pond because she was "losing consciousness" and another 16-year-old girl claims that she was assaulted in a parking lot late at night. night.
Two 14-year-old girls claim they were raped by Pond in separate incidents after helping one get alcohol and then another in his truck in an open field.
A 17-year-old claim has reported that she was raped by Pond, who says she was a stranger, at a party in a house.
One of his alleged victims said that Pond told him during the attack that "nobody will know anything about this, nobody will find out, and I will not tell anyone anything."
The Billings high school student is accused of raping girls, between 14 and 17 years old, several times last year
Court documents say that Pond also threatened another of his victims, telling him "it's better to keep your mouth shut."
Several victims said that the soccer player dominated them despite being asked to stop.
The police began to investigate Pond in January.
The authorities had received a report from the mother of one of the victims in November alleging that she had been raped by Pond. She said she did not want to press charges at that time.
Pond attended Skyview High School as a sophomore. Some of his alleged victims were also students at that school.
He will face the court again on September 13 to determine if his case should return to a juvenile court.
Pond faces life in prison if convicted.