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Man arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting Trinity County woman

Robbie Mott (Source: Trinity County Police Department) Robbie Mott (Source: Trinity County Police Department)
TRINITY COUNTY, TX (KTRE) -

A 22-year-old Texas City man was arrested and charged with sexual assault on July 8 in connection to allegations that he lured an acquaintance into coming to his home in Trinity and sexually assaulted her.

Robbie Lee Mott Jr. was charged with second-degree felony.

According to the arrest affidavit, the chief deputy of the Trinity County Sheriff’s Office met with a deputy in reference to a report of an alleged sexual assault that occurred on July 8.

The deputy said that he had spoken to a woman that works at a Trinity County bar. She said Mott, an acquaintance of hers, was in the bar while she was working, and when she closed the bar and went across the street to get some gas, the man followed her there.

The victim told law enforcement that she went to the pumps, and Mott pumped her gas for her, the affidavit stated. After she went inside to talk to the employee working that night, she returned to her car and found that the man was gone. She also noticed that her cell phone was missing from her car.

At that point, the alleged victim went into the gas station to call her acquaintance. Mott told her that he had her phone, and she would have to come to his house to get it back, the affidavit stated.

The woman went to Mott’s house, and after she went inside, he shut the door behind her and locked it. Mott allegedly told the woman that she wasn’t leaving until she had sex with him.

According to the affidavit, Mott then pulled the woman’s shorts down and sexually assaulted her on his couch. The alleged victim told law enforcement that she told him to stop and that she was crying the whole time.

When Mott finished sexually assaulting the woman, he made her promise not to tell anyone and that everything would be OK, the affidavit stated. The affidavit went on to say that the alleged victim told law enforcement that she told Mott what he wanted to hear, so she could leave the house.

Eventually, Mott let the woman have her cell phone back and allowed her to leave his home, the affidavit stated. The woman told law enforcement that Mott called her several times after she left, but she wouldn’t answer.

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