2 Men Raped A White Woman To Teach Her A 'Lesson About Dating Black Men'

In a tragic and scary case, police are searching for two men in connection with a rape and kidnapping that occurred recently. One man allegedly trapped the woman in a bedroom while two others raped her to 'teach her a lesson'.

The two attackers then threatened to make it 'ten times worse next time' if she reported the sexual assault.

The victim, who is remaining anonymous, was at the home of a friend 'hanging out' when she says that one person there, 32-year-old Rodney 'Coop' Cooper, pushed her into a bedroom and locked her in. It's unclear if Cooper was part of the group of friends or not.

He then stood watch as two other men sexually assaulted the victim.

The suspects are identified as 27-year-old Justin Akeen Fedrick and 26-year-old Keon Dellshai Gordon. According to reports, they held the woman hostage and raped her violently as Cooper guarded the room.

The victim says she attempted to fight them off, but they overpowered her. According to a police report, the men told her, "We’re going to teach you a lesson about dating a black man and white [women] don’t mean [expletive] in this town."

After the assault was over, the men warned her not to report it. They told her that if she did, they would 'make it ten times worse next time'.

The report says the woman fled the home and 'was afraid they would come after her', so she started cutting through yards in an attempt to avoid running into her attackers. Battered and bleeding, the victim was distressed and disoriented, wandering around her neighborhood.

Around 3 a.m., the victim texted her boyfriend, telling him that she was 'bleeding and limping somewhere in the neighborhood'.

The concerned boyfriend quickly called 911 and local police went looking for the woman. Officers driving around soon found the woman staggering on a street in the area. At that point, she told them what had happened and filed a report.

Cooper, the man who guarded the door, was found and arrested the following day. He has been charged with kidnapping and he is being held on a $50,000 bail bond.

Fedrick and Gordon were identified, but fled and went on the run. Soon after, warrants were put out for their arrest. Both Fedrick and Gordon have histories of violence, and police warned that they could be armed and dangerous.

In a recent update, according to the Orlando Sentinel, police found and arrested Fedrick. He's been charged and is being held at the Lake County Jail on $81,000 bond.

Gordon is still on the run. "Gordon is about 5 feet 7 inches tall and 140 pounds with dark hair and eyes," police report, urging anyone who encounters him to call Crimeline at 1-800-423-8477. He is apparently thought to frequent Davenport, southern Lake County and western Orange County, Florida.

Source: NY Post, Orlando Sentinel
Photos: Lake County Sheriff's Office via NY Post, pxhere Stock Photo, 123RF Stock Photo,
Danny Kosmayer/132RF Stock Photo

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