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Several of Stowe’s family members were in the courtroom but declined to speak after the sentencing. His defense attorney declined to speak as well.

In October 2012, the 17-year-old told police that she and Stowe shared a cab home and that he told her he’d take her home. Instead, she fell asleep in his apartment after drinking a glass of water, she told the police.

U.S. District Judge Barbara Crabb said during January’s federal sentencing that at one point during the video Stowe made that the girl asked Stowe, “What are you doing?”

Prosecutors initially charged Stowe, who has dual U.S. and British citizenship, with 62 felonies, but his plea deal reduced it to 27.

The state asked for a sentence of 130 1/2 years, 84 1/2 in prison and 46 under extended supervision. Stowe’s attorney had asked for the minimum bail that would protect the public and provide rehabilitation and punishment to Stowe.


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