Man, 23, calls her ex-girlfriend to tell her about the 7 women he has sexually abused, prosecutors say

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  • Isaac Wolf Yampolsky, 23, would have raped the 21-year-old woman in her Chicago apartment on November 17
  • He then said that he had called his ex-girlfriend and told her that he had raped the woman and six others
  • Prosecutors say that the man informed his two roommates of the attacks, adding that the most recent was violent and that he & # 39; locked up & # 39; had to be
  • Nine days after the attack, the 21-year-old woman came into contact with the police
  • Yampolsky has surrendered on Thursday
  • Recently graduated Northwestern University was accused of a number of crimes from an aggravated sexual assault, but he may face additional costs

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Isaac Wolf Yampolsky, 23, would have raped the 21-year-old woman in her Chicago apartment on November 17

Isaac Wolf Yampolsky, 23, would have raped the 21-year-old woman in her Chicago apartment on November 17

A man charged with sexually abusing a woman with whom he was dating last year later told his ex-girlfriend and two roommates that he had raped her and six other women, according to Cook County prosecutors.

Isaac Wolf Yampolsky, 23, would have raped the 21-year-old woman in her Chicago apartment on November 17.

He then said that he had called his ex-girlfriend and told her that he had raped the woman and six others, public prosecutors said during Yampolsky's bail on Friday at the Leighton Criminal Court Building.

Prosecutors also say that the man informed his two roommates of the attacks and added that the most recent person was violent and that he & # 39; locked up & # 39; had to be, said assistant state attorney Nancee Hofheimer, according to the Chicago Sun Times.

Yampolsky – from Reston, Virginia – also called & # 39; another young woman & # 39; called and told her that he & # 39; was relapsed & # 39; and someone sexually assaulted, Hofheimer added.

He then said that he had called his ex-girlfriend and told her that he had raped the woman and six others. Prosecutors also say that the man informed his two roommates of the attacks, adding that the most recent was violent and that he & # 39; locked up & # 39; had to be

He then said that he had called his ex-girlfriend and told her that he had raped the woman and six others. Prosecutors also say that the man informed his two roommates of the attacks, adding that the most recent was violent and that he & # 39; locked up & # 39; had to be

He then said that he had called his ex-girlfriend and told her that he had raped the woman and six others. Prosecutors also say that the man informed his two roommates of the attacks, adding that the most recent was violent and that he & # 39; locked up & # 39; had to be

Nine days after the attack, the 21-year-old woman came into contact with the police. Yampolsky has surrendered on Thursday.

Recently graduated Northwestern University has been accused of a number of crimes from an aggravated assault, but he may face additional costs because the Chicago police are still investigating.

Yampolsky's lawyer, Andrew Weisberg, described it had never been arrested before. Weisberg also explained that the man participated in many charitable activities while at NU, including working in a soup kitchen and leading the community outreach committee for his brotherhood.

Recently graduated Northwestern University was accused of a number of crimes from an aggravated sexual assault, but he may face additional costs

Recently graduated Northwestern University was accused of a number of crimes from an aggravated sexual assault, but he may face additional costs

Recently graduated Northwestern University was accused of a number of crimes from an aggravated sexual assault, but he may face additional costs

The lawyer also asked the judge to consider that Yampolsky volunteered when he heard that charges could be filed. He had returned to Virginia.

Yampolsky's father attended the Friday hearing when Weisberg explained to Judge Mary Marubio that the family could pay a bond between $ 75,000 and $ 100,000.

Yampolsky saw a therapist in Virginia and his lawyer asked if he could go home, but Marubio denied bail and ordered the suspect to be detained in the Cook County prison.

And when Weisberg asked if bail could be considered if Yampolsky stayed in the province, Marubio said no and added: "I find 100 percent [Yampolsky] poses a real and current threat to the community. & # 39;

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