Former Ohio State players arraigned on rape, kidnapping charges

Municipal court records show warrants were issued for the arrest of Amir Riep and Jahsen Wint on Tuesday, and the Franklin County Jail confirmed to our news partner 10TV that Riep and Wint are in custody.

The two former Ohio State football players charged with rape and kidnapping entered not guilty pleas Thursday morning in Franklin County municipal court.

Amir Riep and Jahsen Wint both face a pair of first-degree felonies after a woman told police they raped her in a north Columbus residence Feb. 4.

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According to court records, both were ordered to stay away from the accuser as a condition of bond and a temporary protection order was granted.

Riep's bond was $100,000 while Riep's was $75,000 according to WBNS 10-TV in Columbus.

The next hearing is scheduled for Feb. 21.

Wint and Riep were arrested early Wednesday morning and thrown off the team late Wednesday afternoon.