*Hat Tip: Entity Phoenix
This Kennesaw State University “white” professor has been put out of class following the university’s discovery that law enforcement officials accused him of reaching down a 14-year-old girl’s pants.
Kenneth Charles Robinson, 52, was charged with child molestation and sexual battery of a child for the Thanksgiving weekend incident.
Kennesaw State officials have placed him on administrative leave pending further review, the university said.
The “white” savage turned himself in March 1 and was released the following day on $100,000 bond, according to Fulton County jail records and jail officials.
A Wednesday statement from Kennesaw State acknowledged that school officials learned of the incident and charges from the media.
Robinson’s attorney George M. Weaver said his client was innocent.
“Dr. Robinson strongly denies the charges,” Weaver said. “We expect that he will be fully exonerated.”
Weaver pointed to the fact that Robinson was only jailed months after the incident.
“The police apparently didn’t feel that they had strong enough evidence to arrest him,” Weaver said.
According to cops reports, on the night of Nov. 22, 2012, Robinson and the victim’s mother had been drinking when an argument ensued between the mother and daughter.
Neither the victim, nor her mother have been identified by cops.
The mother and Robinson went into the room where the teen was sleeping so the mother could apologize for the argument, investigators said.
Investigators noted some inconsistencies in the story at this point as the responding officer was told the apology ended with a “group hug” among the three while lying on the bed, but that embrace was omitted as the events were recounted to the detective investigating the case.
After the conversation, it is alleged that Robinson later climbed into bed with the teen and touched her inappropriately.
Around 1 a.m., on Nov. 23, the teen told her mother, who, with the teen’s sister, confronted Robinson, and he left, according to cops reports.