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Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Man Pretended to be a Student at Howard University So He Could Rape Teen Girls

Julian Everett, man who raped teens at Howard University

Julian Everett

Washington, DC — Julian Everett, a 35-year old man from Maryland, is now behind bars after being accused of drugging and raping teens while pretending to be a Howard University student. He allegedly has a nearly two-decade history of preying on women.

Since 2001, Everett, who owns a barbershop near the university, has been a sexual predator. At the age of 17, he was convicted of kidnapping a woman and beating her when he discovered she was a transgender. At least three other teens ages 16 to 18 were confirmed to have been raped by him in 2016, 2015, and 2005.

Everett was arrested last week on several counts of rape and other related sex offenses in relation to the assaults, Prince George’s County police said.

Everett’s attorney, Jalil Dozier, claimed those are only allegations and he should be released under conditions of GPS monitoring. However, Assistant State’s Attorney Melissa Hoppmeyer stated Everett should remain in jail.

According to reports, two of the victims were Howard students and he pretended to be a student to gain their trust through social media or at a party. He allegedly took them out on dates and incapacitated them by drugging before taking them to his home in New Carrollton, Maryland to rape them.

After Everett has been arrested, State’s Attorney Aisha Braveboy said they have received numerous calls from his other potential victims that police are now investigating.