A University of Florida student who was arrested after a student accused him of sexually assaulting in his dorm room which was released without a charge last week after his attorney argued the honor student's "academic future will be further jeopardized" if he remained in jail.
Ian A. Milaski, a 21-year-old resident hall assistant, was arrested on Aug. 29 and charged with false imprisonment and battery after another student who accused him of sexual battery, according to an arrest warrant. 19659002] Milaski had lured her to her room earlier and tried to foribly kiss her before picking up and putting on her bed, where he tried to get his hands into her underwear. [1
Milaski's bond was first set at $ 125,000, but his lawyers filed a motion at Alachua County's Circuit Court on Aug. 30, asking for the bond to be reduced, writing tha t the bond was "out of reach" for Milaski's parents' "modest means." He has not yet entered a plea.
The filing said Milaski has no criminal history and what is a "high-achieving" honor student, as well as a teacher's assistant, who is expected to graduate in May 2020 with degrees in business administration and economics.
The lawyers said Milaski had missed the deadline for an assignment and had "another three assignments due Sunday night at 11:59 PM."
"If he is not released prior to jeopardized, "the lawyers wrote."
His lawyers also listed the impending Hurricane Dorian as a reason he should have read, writing that he should
Milaski's attorney's told the judge in their request that the accusations would be found to be "a misunderstanding among platonic friends fueled by alcohol." . "
Circuit Court Judge Mark Moseley waived Milaski's monetary bond and ordered it to be seized on Sept. 4. The student is required to wear a GPS ay out of Alachua County, where the University campus is located, except for court appearances, the writer wrote.
One of Milaski's attorneys, Ron Kozlowski, told NBC News that "under the law, the judge did not judge which was almost required to do so, under the law, he did not meet the standard for a cash bond. "
Kozlowski said that while his client met the criteria for a non-monetary bond, he" can not tell you
Moseley said he had no comment, but NBC News to a recording of the Milaski's bond hearing.
During the hearing, the prosecutor said she expects the battery charge against. Moseley said that "consequences will follow suit."
"I do not know what happened at this point," Moseley said during the hearing.
Milaski's lawyer presented letters of support for the student and others His marriage, 1966. He said that Milaski had called her at about 2 am on Aug. 25, request her to bring him water, say he was drunk, and "needed some help," according to arrest warrant to try to 'make out' with her, "the warrant said.
" He is physically restrained (the victim) by pulling on her wrist. Milaski then told (the victim), "I want to sleep with you!" "The student told him to stop, and let her leave the room, but he did not and kept telling her." Sleep with me, "she told police.
She was able to make her way to the door, but Milaski" grabbed her and picked her up off the ground and placed her on the bed
who has come to her room, according to the warrant. "
About two hours later, the student heard a noise, saw a figure in her doorway, realized it was Milaski's "and immediately felt terrified," said the arrest warrant.
Milaski tried to lay down next to the students staying in the room woke up and sold Milaski "several times" to leave.
After his arrest, Milaski admitted to "grabbing (t he victim) "The arrest warrant said."
Milaski's release. NBC News does not identify victims of sexual assault without their consent.
The University of Florida did not respond to a request for comment.