- The Washington Times - Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Troubled former Georgetown University basketball star Victor Page has been charged with attempted rape and child abuse, Fox 5 DC reported.

A warrant has been out for Page’s arrest since Dec. 30, with seven charges stemming from an apparent incident in Prince George’ County, Maryland.

Page is charged with attempted first-degree rape, attempted second-degree rape, attempted second-degree sexual abuse of a minor, second-degree child abuse, attempted third-degree sex offense, second-degree assault and a fourth-degree attempted sex offense.

In 2013, Page was sentenced to 10 years in prison for a second-degree assault charge. It’s unclear whether Page was out on parole at the time of the latest alleged crimes.

The Washington Times reported that year that Page was charged with 33 crimes over three and a half years earlier this decade.

Page, 43, played for the Hoyas alongside Allen Iverson in the mid-1990s. He led the Big East in scoring in his sophomore year and entered the 1997 NBA Draft, but never made it in the league and only played professionally in the Continental Basketball Association.

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