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Report: Family Outraged After Two Men Are Sentenced Only To Probation After Violently Gang-Raping 13-Year-Old Girl — Video

A family in Colorado Springs, Colorado is devastated after two of six men who gang-raped a 13-year-old girl have been only sentenced to probation.

Tommy Williams, 20, and Clarence Williams, 19, were both sentenced on Tuesday to a minimum of 10 years of sex offender intensive supervised probation, with a maximum of life probation.

The two men that received a mere slap on the wrist were part of the group of six young men that raped the 13-year-old girl in December 2016. The others included Jacolby Williams, Tyron Williams, James Williams, and an unidentified juvenile. The men are related.

The grandfather of the teenager was obviously upset in court, yelling out, "There was six of them and they gang-raped my granddaughter."

He was forced to leave the court room after getting into a yelling match with the family of the men charged with rape.



The horrific incident happened at the Stonebrook Terrance Apartments back in 2016.

The 13-year-old girl told investigators that one of the suspects, whom she knew, invited her to the apartment to play video games. 

She accepted and arrived at the apartment with her female friends. However, her friends had left while she was using the bathroom.

Court documents show that two of the men pulled her out of the bathroom and into a bedroom where the other suspects were waiting. 


During the sentencing in February, the teen's grandmother stated that she was passed around the bed "like a hand on a clock" during the gang rape. 

Her grandmother revealed that her granddaughter may never be able to have children because of the brutal attack.  


The other men involved in the gang rape also received probation.

Tyron Williams was also sentenced to 10 years to life of sex offender intense supervised probation in January 2017.

Tyron apologized to the teenager and her family during the sentencing, saying, "If I knew she was underage, it wouldn't have happened in the first place."


James Williams was sentenced in August 2016 to five years of probation in August 2016.


The unidentified juvenile has an upcoming court date for sentencing. 

The family of the teenage girl reveal she has been struggling and has been in therapy. She had planned to speak in court before Tuesday's sentencing, but suffered an anxiety attack and couldn't go through with it.

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