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The three cases involve at least three different victims, according to court records.

Some of the alleged assaults took place this year, while others date as far back as 2010, according to court records.

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In 1963, more than a dozen African-American girls, between the ages of 12-15, were arrested and locked in a dilapidated stockade for two months without charges.

Their crime: demonstrating for integration in Americus, Georgia.

In the summer of 1963, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), in cooperation with the NAACP, organized a protest march in Americus, Georgia to protest segregation.

They had been held for 45 days total and while they didn’t face any criminal charges after being set free, they were charged a fee for their use of the facilities.

After they were released, the girls didn’t speak of their ordeal for over 50 years.

One of the victims told police Milan had touched her sexually both over and under her clothes, according to testimony from Detective Jody Mc Guire, with the Ingham County Sheriff's Office.