The woman who accused radio jock Charlamagne tha God of plying her with alcohol and raping her when she was a minor had no semen evidence in her body or on her clothing when a rape kit was tested.
In documents obtained by The Blast, there was no evidence of semen found in oral, vaginal or rectal swabs in Jessica Reid's rape kit.
The lack of semen evidence probably means Charlamgne was smart enough to wear a condom when he had sex with the then 15-year-old victim.
The 40-year-old radio jock was arrested on July 2, 2001 and charged with “willfully, unlawfully, and feloniously engage in penile/vaginal intercourse with a fifteen year old female child.”
Reid's mother, Joslyn, refused to allow the 15-year-old to cooperate with investigators and the case was closed after Charlamagne took a plea deal.
The Blast has obtained documents from Charlamagne’s now-dismissed assault case out of South Carolina. The court filings include a Forensic Services Laboratory Report after a rape kit was adminstered to then 15-year-old Jessica Reid shortly after she accused the “Breakfast Club” host of rape.
According to the documents, there was no evidence of any semen found inside Reid from an oral, vaginal and rectal swab. Material found underneath the girl’s fingernails was also analyzed and determined to contain “Nothing of apparent serological evidentiary value."
In podcasts and on the radio shows, Charlamagne has repeatedly laughed and joked about drugging and having sex with incoherent women over the years.
Last month, HBO announced it was teaming up with the troubled radio jock to air a new interview series titled "The Gray Area".
On Monday, an HBO spokesman told Page Six: “HBO is taking a serious look into the information that just surfaced."
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