Sir Stephen-Daniel Hunt's rap sheet of sexually-motivated criminal charges is growing quickly. Charged with attempting to rape a woman Aug. 14, and fingered in another sexually motivated assault the next day, King County Prosecutors have now officially charged Hunt with a rape of a neighbor at his apartment complex in North Seattle that allegedly happened Aug. 16.
In charging documents filed Wednesday in King County Superior Court, prosecutors allege that after being arrested for assaulting another woman Aug. 15, and being released from jail early on the afternoon of Aug. 16, Hunt got naked and forced his way into a female neighbor's apartment.
From charging documents, which identify the victim as "M.P."
From there, prosecutors say Hunt repeatedly raped his neighbor while she feared for her life.
When Hunt was finished, prosecutors say he made the victim promise not to tell anyone about the rape - which she agreed to out of fear.
However, Hunt was arrested the next day by Seattle Police. When questioned, Hunt allegedly told authorities the "rough sex" had been consensual, and the two had been drinking earlier in the day - claims which the victim vehemently denies.
As to why he entered her apartment naked, Hunt allegedly had an explanation for that too.
More from charging documents:
Prosecutors say Hunt, who has denied the accusations of rape, was offered the chance to take a polygraph to prove his truthfulness, but declined.