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UPDATE: Monday – 6/17/2013, 4:35pm ET
WASHINGTON – The Washington Post reports that the three football players accused of assaulting their classmate last year will face an Article 32 or a preliminary hearing regarding the allegations.
A 20-year-old Navy midshipman who admits she had been drinking heavily says she was raped by three of her classmates — all football players.
The woman and her mother talked with “CBS This Morning.” The woman’s mother also has spoken with The Washington Post, saying the Naval Academy hasn’t taken the situation seriously.
CBS reports the Naval Academy said in a statement that officials are “monitoring the progress of this investigation and evaluating the appropriate options for adjudication.”
This story has been modified to say that the midshipman’s mother spoke with the Post and accused the academy of not taking the situation seriously.
WTOP’s Kate Ryan reports
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