Freshman quarterback Jalon Jones, who signed with Florida and began taking classes back in January, has been accused of sexual battery. 

On Tuesday it was reported that Jones had entered the NCAA transfer portal following the conclusion of spring practice.

Via CBS Sports:

According to the report, Jones and fellow freshmen Jaydon Hill and Chris Steele were at an on-campus residence with the two women on April 6. Jones and one of the women allegedly went to a bedroom and proceeded to have consensual sex. After the two other players entered and quickly left the room, the alleged victim told Jones to stop numerous times. When he did not, she was able to force him off of her. Later that night, the other woman at the residence became upset with a disagreement from earlier in the evening. After briefly consoling the second woman, Jones sexually assaulted her in the kitchen. The two women had rape kits completed at a local hospital, but both declined to press charges.

“We are aware of the incident reports and have followed athletic department and campus protocols,” said Florida spokesman Steve McClain, according to the report.

Why are the women declining to press charges?  If Jones sexually assaulted the two women then he should be punished.

If he doesn’t face charges and is able to transfer, what is going to keep him from doing the same thing at his new school?

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