Gainesville Man Accused of Sexually Battering Woman in McDonald's Parking Lot

A Gainesville man was arrested recently after police claims he sexually battered a woman.

On Sept. 19, shortly after midnight, the 34-year-old man allegedly approached the woman, who was sitting in the passenger seat of her car parked outside a McDonald’s, according to a Gainesville Police Department arrest report. He allegedly got in the driver’s seat and kissed the woman while touching her breasts.

Police claim he assaulted the woman with his fingers and held her down by sitting on her legs.

The man apparently then moved to the back seat and fell asleep. The woman’s father came to the vehicle and confronted the man.

He was arrested on sexual battery and was being held in the Alachua County jail.

Sexual assault, sexual battery, and rape are all very serious charges that come with serious consequences. If you are convicted of such an offense, you could be looking at years behind bars, even for a first time offense.

If you have been arrested for a sex crime, you need to protect your rights. You will want to avoid the harsh punishments of a conviction, so your best bet is to speak with our Alachua County Sex Crimes Defense Lawyers at Whittel & Melton before saying anything to police. Your initial consultation with us is completely free of charge.

Call us today at 352-264-7800 or contact us online. We can begin helping you right away, so do not delay!

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