Owen Labrie, 18, of Concord, N.H. Photo: Concord Police
A New Hampshire man who was entering his freshman year at Harvard University is no longer enrolled in the college after allegations that he sexually assaulted a 15-year-old high school classmate in May, the Harvard Crimson reports.
Faculty of Arts and Sciences spokesperson Colin Manning confirmed to the paper on Tuesday that Owen Labrie, 18, was no longer a student.
The attack allegedly happened on May 30 at St. Paul's School in Concord, N.H. as part of a competition with Labrie's friends.
Labrie turned himself in on July 17 in Concord, according to a press release by the Concord Police Department, and was charged with felonious aggravated sexual assault, statutory sexual assault, and using a computer to lure a victim to the scene of a crime.
A Harvard spokesman did not immediately respond to an email asking whether Labrie left the school voluntarily or whether the college revoked his enrollment, but, according to the Crimson report, the school reserves the right to revoke enrollment on the grounds of “behavior that brings into question your honesty, maturity, or moral character.”
Labrie is scheduled to be arraigned on Sept. 15 in Concord.