Prosecutors Drop Aggravated Sexual Battery Charges Against Jackson Mahomes, Victim Now Says The Encounter Was Consensual

Jackson Mahomes

In February of last year, we were hit with the disturbing news that Jackson Mahomes, the younger brother of star Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, was charged with one misdemeanor battery charge and three felony counts of aggravated sexual battery.

It all went down when he was caught on video grabbing and kissing Aspen Vaughn, the owner of Aspens Restaurant and Lounge in Overland Park, Kansas.

Needless to say, this was just icing on the cake for all of the bad behavior from the 22-year-old in the past, like throwing water on Baltimore Ravens fans, and dancing on top of Sean Taylor’s memorial before the Chiefs took on the Washington Commanders.

However, fast forward almost a year later, and things have taken a drastic turn.

According to TMZ, prosecutors are working to drop the felony charges against Mahomes, and claim that the victim is no longer cooperating.

Court documents now say that Aspen Vaughn is now saying that she no longer wishes to continue to press charges, and wishes “the matter to be dismissed as to anything involving” her. Officials at the Johnson County District Attorney’s Office in Kansas have since filed a motion to dismiss the three aggravated sexual battery charges against Mahomes.

Vaughn is also now claiming “that she had not been truthful to the police and that the encounter with (Jackson) was consensual.”

With the dismissal of the three felony charges, Mahomes would now only face the misdemeanor battery charge in the case, which stems from when he reportedly shoved a waiter at the restaurant the same night of the incident.

I have to admit, the video appears to be anything but consensual, but I guess that’s only between Jackson and Vaughn.

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