A 44-year-old Brooklyn male is implicated of raping a 16-year-old girl at Manhattan Holiday Inn, cops said Saturday.
Martin Rudner, of Brooklyn, was collared by police at about 12:45 p.m. Saturday following the alleged sexual assault, authorities said.
The 16-year-old victim said she met Rudner on a D train heading to Brooklyn in the days before the alleged attack.
Rudner approached her on the train, and they struck up a brief discussion, police stated.
They exchanged telephone number and continued “talking” by means of text and “established a meet-up date for later on in the week,” the teenager informed cops.
At 8 p.m. Friday, the 16-year-old reached the Holiday Inn Hotel at 99 Washington St., met with Rudner and went to his room, authorities said.
The 16-year-old told cops that around 11:30 p.m. Friday, Rudner gave her “an unidentified tablet which made her feel sleepy.”
Said the NYPD spokesperson: “At this point, the complainant was laying in the bed clothed.
The accused then began to removed the plaintiff’s clothing and she mentioned, ‘Stop, I’m a young. I don’t wish to do this!'”.
Rudner is charged with first-degree rape; rape of a victim incapable of authorization, third-degree rape, second-degree assault, forcible touching and criminal possession of a controlled substance, authorities said.
Polices say the teen cut her left thumb after she attempted to remove “a blade” Rudner had.
Cops did not describe the blade; the child was taken to Lenox Hill Medical facility and dealt with for the laceration, cops stated.