Dozens of women have accused a University of Wisconsin-Madison student of sexually assaulting them, NBC News reported.
Alec Cook, 20, was arrested last week after a fellow student reported he had assaulted her at his apartment on Oct. 12. More victims came forward soon after, leading to nine charges against Cook. But a search warrant states dozens of women have been coming forward to speak about “unknown acts related to Cook.”
A detective who searched Cook’s apartment said he found a notebook with a list of women, how he met them and what he liked about them. The warrant states that statement of “kill” and “sexual” desires were also listed.
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Cook is under emergency suspension from the school and is banned from campus. The university is urging survivors of sexual assault to come forward.