Report: Second USC player involved in alleged Osa Masina rape case

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Report: USC linebacker Osa Masina accused of two rapes
Friday September 2nd, 2016

A search warrant obtained by TMZ Sports indicates USC linebacker Don Hill was involved in one of two alleged sexual assault incidents involving suspended teammate Osa Masina. 

The warrant also reveals that Masina, who is suspended from the team amid a rape investigation, allegedly filmed and photographed the sexual assault on Snapchat. Hill has also been named a suspect in the sexual assault claim, according to Zach Helfand​ of the Los Angeles Times.

Hill was allegedly involved in a sexual assault in July. According to the search warrant obtained by TMZ, the alleged victim claimed Masina gave her Xanax and alcohol at a USC fraternity party on July 14 before taking her to Hill's apartment, where the two players allegedly raped the woman. 

TMZ reports the warrant says Masina, 19, took photos and videos of them having sex and sent them to the woman's ex-boyfriend, a football player at Arizona, over Snapchat.

Masina allegedly then raped the woman again in Utah on July 26. USC's Department of Public Safety was informed of the allegations on Aug. 2.

Neither Masina nor Hill has been arrested or charged with a crime. Masina was suspended indefinitely by the team this week, though USC did not publicly offer a reason for his suspension. 

Hill was sent home from Dallas for a "violation of team rules," according to Joey Kaufman of the Orange County Register.

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