The USC football program has barred linebackers Osa Masina and Don Hill from participating in any further team activities in the midst of sexual assault scandal surrounding the two, according to a report from the Los Angeles Times.
Masina and Hill are alleged to have sexually assaulted a woman at Hill’s apartment.
The incident involved pills, marijuana and alcohol, before the woman blacked out. The next thing the victim remembers is Masina forcing himself on her, along with Hill. To add to his actions, Masina reportedly recorded video and took photos of the sexual assault and sent it to the victims ex-boyfriend, who is a player at Arizona.
Later that month, Masina was accused by a different woman of a similar heinous crime.
Since the allegations came forth, Hill was sent home from the team’s Week 1 against Alabama, both players were kept out of last week’s game and now head coach Clay Helton has made the decision to ban them from all team activities.
USC returns to action this weekend against Pac-12 rival Stanford at home as they attempt to advance to 2-1 on the season.