US Marine, 21, stationed in Australia is charged with indecently assaulting a younger girl at a nightclub – the second time she claims to have been groped by American navy on an evening out
- A girl claims she was indecently assaulted by a US Marine stationed in NT
- NT Police on Tuesday confirmed that they had arrested a 21-year-old man
- US Marines are stationed in Darwin on six month rotations to conduct coaching
A person believed to be a US Marine stationed in Australia has been accused of indecently assaulting a lady whereas on an evening out at a Darwin pub.
The lady claims the incident is the second during which she has been allegedly assaulted by US soldier at a nightclub, however had determined to not report the primary alleged incident.
The alleged assault occurred on the well-liked Landmark Resort in April and was caught on CCTV, reviews native information website The Mango Inquirer.
It’s understood the accused man was ejected by bouncers after bystanders pulled out their telephones to file the confrontation.
NT Police confirmed that they had charged a 21-year-old man over the nightclub incident within the Darwin suburb of Palmerston (inventory picture)
Northern Territory police confirmed that they had arrested a younger man on Tuesday.
‘A 21-year-old male was issued an Discover to Seem for indecent assault after an incident at a licensed premises on Roystonea Avenue (Palmerston) on April 30,’ a spokesperson advised Each day Mail Australia.
He’ll seem in Darwin Native Courtroom on June 16.