SALT LAKE CITY — A Salt Lake man charged with rape is accused of assaulting a woman after she said she did not want to have sex, then leaving Plan B emergency contraceptive pills for her to find when she woke up in the morning.
Nicholas Robyn Moser, 28, was charged with rape, a first-degree felony, on July 29. His first court appearance was Friday.
The woman told police that Moser, who she described as a friend, came over to her home in Salt Lake County for dinner and drinks on May 24, according to charging documents. The woman told investigators that while she and Moser were in her bedroom, Moser told her he was attracted to her.
The woman told Moser that she wasn’t interested in doing anything beyond “making out,” according to the charges. She told police that the two began kissing, but she couldn’t remember anything that happened after that point.
The next morning, the woman told police she woke up on the couch to find that her pants and underwear had been removed and she was wearing a different pair of pants, the charges say.
The woman told police she also found a carton of Plan B pills and a note on the counter from Moser saying that the two had had sex and that the woman should take the emergency contraceptive because Moser still wanted to be friends with her, according to the charging documents. There was a receipt next to the pills dated May 24, the woman said.
When questioned by investigators, Moser admitted that the woman was drunk that night and that he made a mistake by having sex with her, according to the charges.
Moser’s next hearing is scheduled for Sept. 6.