Trillville rapper Don P was arrested last week for the rape of a 16-year-old girl.
The rapper (born Donnell Prince) was charged with rape and two counts of aggravated sodomy.
According to Cory Hughes, a DeKalb County police officer, the alleged assault happened Dec. 16 at the Wood Crest Walk apartments in Lithonia, GA. During that time, Prince and another man took the girl into a bedroom, according to police, who also cite the other man in the rape.
After leaving the apartment, the girl and her friend called police, who arrived after most of the partygoers left.
The party was attended by about eight to 10 people, Hughes said Monday (Feb. 6).
Police are looking for the second man
Although Teresa Sanders, Trillville’s publicist, did not want to comment on the arrest Monday, Prince’s attorney, Keith Adams, voiced his opposition to the version given by authorities.
The girl was not a minor, Adams said, adding that there was more than one other person in the room at the time and the sex was consensual.
Adams further stated there were several people in the apartment that night and “none of them will corroborate what they [the police] say had occurred.”
Trillville is best known for their hits “Neva Eva” and “Some Cut,” which peaked at number 3 on Billboard