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Teen Admits Raping Drunk Classmate Who Later Died

Unconscious girl died after boys allegedly propped her on bench, raped her

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    Teen Admits Raping Drunk Classmate Who Later Died
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    A 19-year-old Philadelphia boy pleaded guilty Wednesday to raping an unconscious classmate right before she died of alcohol poisoning.

    Juan Williams admitted to having sex with 15-year-old Kierra Johnson’s limp body in March 2008.

    Williams, then 17 years old, is not the only teen accused of raping the young girl. His co-defendant, 18-year-old Shareef Clemons, was also accused of getting the girl drunk and taking turns raping her.

    Williams and Clemons attended a public disciplinary school with Johnson. Johnson skipped school and met up with the two boys March 7, 2008, according to the Daily News.

    Assistant district Attorney Eileen Hurley said Williams and Clemons encouraged the 15-year-old girl to drink excessively at her home. When she passed out, the two boys carried her down to the basement, positioned her on a weight lifting bench and took turns having sex with her.

    Williams and Clemons allegedly hosed the girl down with a garden hose after she vomited and left her partially clothed in the basement, where her mother found her dead. Investigators say the girl's blood-alcohol-level was .433.

    Williams pleaded guilty to felony involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, rape of an unconscious or unaware person and two conspiracy charges.

    Williams will be sentenced May 4. Clemons remains in custody and will go to trial in April.