A figure skating couch was arrested and charged with multiple counts of criminal sexual conduct in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Incantalupo was arrested for having sexual penetration with a girl who was 14 years old at the time. The assaults continued for a year and a half until the minor was 16. He had been her coach since she was 9 years old. Incantalupo was the minor’s figure skating coach and assaulted her over a dozen times. Many of the sexual assaults occurred when the two were traveling to other countries for seminars and competitions. He forced the minor to have oral sex with him and penetrated her on many other occasions. He snuck into her room in the middle of the night to assault her and also rented hotel rooms and took her to a hotel when her parents dropped her off to practice. The police have a record of all the hotel visits in Minnesota where the man used his real name to make the booking. The minor eventually told a friend who alerted her parents and the authorities. He was charged five counts including 1st, 3rd, and 4th degree criminal sexual conduct. The minor also has a recording where the coach admitted to having a sexual relationship with her and told her that she was the love of his life.
The coach is 47 years old and is now currently in custody at the Hennepin County jail. He is being held on a $500,000 bond. A judge will see him for his bailing hearing at 1:30 this afternoon. It is unknown at this time whether the coach will be able to post his bond. If convicted of 1st degree criminal sexual conduct, he will be facing up to 30 years in prison and up to $40,000 fine. The Hennepin county attorney’s office also announced that they will be seeking an aggravated sentence in this case. He was charged with a four counts of 3rd degree CSC because of the significant relationship where the victim was a minor. 3rd degree CSC was added to the 1st degree CSC charge because the figure skating coach was is a position of authority of the complainant when he was more than 48 months older than her. 1st Criminal Sexual conduct is a felony in Minnesota and is the most serious degree of sexual assault charges.
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