Woman Reports Rape at Stanford on Day Bill Prompted by Brock Turner Case Signed Into Law

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Brock Turner walked out of jail after serving three months for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman. (Credit: KRON via CNN)

A woman was reported to have been raped in a dormitory at Stanford University on Friday, the same day Gov. Jerry Brown signed a law spurred by the Brock Turner case that would toughen sentences for sex assault convictions.

The woman told campus security that a man whom she did not know raped her early Friday in a dorm on the east side of the university, according to an alert issued by Stanford’s Department of Public Safety. Campus police said there was no information about the man or specific details about the attack.

“Stanford University does not tolerate sexual assault, sexual misconduct or sexual harassment,” police said in the alert.

University spokeswoman Lisa Lapin said Stanford officials have not received any additional information since the assault was reported Friday.

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