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Marcus Vick is sued

 

BY REX BOWMAN

TIMES-DISPATCH STAFF WRITER

 

Dec 15, 2006

 

 

Former Virginia Tech quarterback Marcus Vick is being sued for $6.3 million by a 17-year-old girl who claims Vick deceitfully professed his love to her so she would continue to have sex with him.

 

The Christiansburg girl had just turned 15 when the two began a series of sexual trysts, according to the suit filed in Montgomery County Circuit Court. Vick was 19.

 

The suit asserts that the girl "suffered, and will continue to suffer, psychological trauma associated with the child sexual abuse perpetrated by defendant Marcus Vick."

 

Vick was convicted two years ago of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and the suit identifies the Christiansburg girl as the minor involved in the January 2004 incident that led to the charge.

 

Vick and two teammates were convicted of giving three young girls liquor, and according to testimony during the trial Vick told an investigator he had sex with one of the girls.

 

Vick's 30-day jail sentence was suspended on the condition that he have no more contact with the girl. But in her suit, the girl, identified as Jane Doe, asserts that the sexual relationship that began in January 2004 continued through December 2005, long after Vick's September 2004 conviction.

 

Yesterday, Vick's attorney, Lawrence Woodward Jr. of Virginia Beach, declined to comment on the suit. "We'll deal with it in court."

 

Vick, a receiver with the Miami Dolphins, followed older brother Michael Vick to Virginia Tech amid hopes that he would be an equally explosive quarterback.

 

But the younger Vick, now 22, was cut from the team in January after several incidents.

 

During the Jan. 2 Gator Bowl, he stomped on an opposing player's leg in front of a national television audience.

 

He was convicted of disorderly conduct in Suffolk in March after witnesses said he pulled a gun on three people in a parking lot. In Hampton the same month, he pleaded guilty to speeding and driving without a valid driver's license.

 

In the suit, the girl alleges that she saw Vick occasionally smoke marijuana in his apartment, and he offered her booze and pot. She also alleges that Vick tried to persuade her to have sex with him and another man, which she says she did once.

 

During a nearly two-year relationship, the suit states, Vick told the girl he loved her, told her he wanted her to have his baby and assured her that sex between an adult and a "child of her age" was acceptable. The suit also alleges that Vick told her that it was necessary for her "to engage in sexual intercourse with other adult men in order to please him."

 

According to the suit, "the misrepresentations were made with the intent to mislead the plantiff, Jane Doe, so that defendant Marcus Vick would be able to satisfy his lust, passion, and illicit sexual desires through the abuse of the plantiff."

 

The suit, which lists the girl's grandmother as a co-plaintiff, seeks $6 million in compensation and $350,000 in punitive damages.

 

http://www.timesdispatch.com/servlet/Satel...s=1045855934844

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He's an idiot for having sex with someone underage but I'm sick of women being the 'victim' in almost every sexual case when they can just lie and it's hard for the accused to get around that lie. Sexual assault and rape cases are becoming some lonely hoez trump card to help their own messed up life.

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He's an idiot for having sex with someone underage but I'm sick of women being the 'victim' in almost every sexual case when they can just lie and it's hard for the accused to get around that lie. Sexual assault and rape cases are becoming some lonely hoez trump card to help their own messed up life.

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What got my attention was this part:

 

The suit, which lists the girl's grandmother as a co-plaintiff, seeks $6 million in compensation and $350,000 in punitive damages.

 

Good to know that Marcus Vick is an equal opportunity inseminator.

 

If you're under 18, you have to have someone else file for you.

 

What that tells is that Vick's really a predator. Underage, no parents (since the grandmother's obviously her guardian)...classy.

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