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Brandon Robinson found guilty on all charges with BC sexual assault case

Brandon Robinson found guilty on all charges with BC sexual assault case
Posted at 3:29 PM, Aug 14, 2018
and last updated 2018-08-14 19:20:04-04

Brandon Robinson has been found guilty on all 15 charges. His sentencing is set for September 26. 

The District Attorney of Kern County released a press release following Robinson's conviction. 

A Kern County jury convicted the 21-year-old on all 15 felony counts arising from three separate sexual assaults on three different women between the dates of March 3, 2017 and May 11, 2017.

According to court documents, the convictions include felony violations of sexual assault, forcible oral copulation, forcible sexual pentration, kidnapping, robber and criminal threats.

Attached is the press release from the DA.


In May 2017, 23ABC obtained court documents which revealed details in the three sexual assault cases Brandon Robinson was allegedly involved in.

Robinson admitted to Bakersfield Police he was the suspect involved in all three cases being investigated, according to the documents.

However, in an interview with 23ABC a week ago, Robinson said he did not commit the crimes.

In the documents, Robinson and the victim of the Bakersfield College bathroom assault noted that the bathroom was pitch black during the assault. Robinson forced her around, threatening her if she screamed. Robinson then attempted to force sexual acts.

When security guards arrived, both of them were not fully clothed. Robinson quickly put his pants back on and attempted to hide in a stall. Robinson was handcuffed and originally gave officers a fake name, Malcolm Johnson, and an incorrect birth date.

The victim said she did not know Robinson. She was taking a break during a final exam and was using the restroom at the time the assault took place, according to the documents.

The court documents also show that Robinson lived with his sister. He had been going to counseling for things that transpired between him and his father. He denied using illegal drugs, prescription meds and consuming alcoholic beverages, according to the documents.

Robinson said he acted the way he did because of what happened to him in the past, not being in his right mind, his father's sexual addiction, and "Satan" having control of him, as detailed in a report.