Former USC football player Osa Masina has been sentenced to three years in jail for sexual battery.
However, because of a plea deal in which he plead guilty to three counts of sexual battery, Masina will only serve one year behind bars. Once he is released, Masina will spend the next two years on probation.
The news was handed down in Salt Lake City Tuesday evening.
Masina, who joined the Trojans in 2015 as a five-star recruit, was booted from campus following a Title IX investigation.
The linebacker was alleged to have assaulted the victim at a house party. According to the disturbing details of the case, the victims says she was anally raped by Masina after she had fallen asleep. He also is alleged to have engaged in oral sex while the victim was asleep.
Masina and teammate Don Hill were also accused of sexually assaulting a victim after giving her drugs and alcohol in Los Angeles in July 14, before the assault on July 26, though charges were never pursued in that case.
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