Post Prom Rapist Jocks Facing Hundreds of Years in PrisonErin Gloria Ryan8/06/14 6:20pmFiled to: rape rapesteubenvillegeorgiasexual assaultathletespromhigh schoolrapecalhoun georgia370132EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkThe Calhoun, Georgia case of three star high school athletes who allegedly sexually assaulted a girl at a post-prom party has taken a decidedly un-Steubenville-like turn, as instead of getting slaps on the wrists, the three defendants face hundreds of years in prison. Georgia prosecutors are not fucking around. AdvertisementThe boys were initially indicted last month, but defense attorneys complained that the indictment was "flawed," according to the Chattanooga Times Free Press. So prosecutors went back over the case and returned with nine new charges. The charges facing Benjamin Chapman, Andrew Isaac Haynes and Damon Avery Johnson stem from a horrifying post prom sexual assault that left a female victim with "substantial" injuries. According to police reports, the teenager was sexually assaulted by all three defendents, who used their fingers and sodomized her with a foreign object. As a result of their actions, they now face "two counts of aggravated sexual battery— one count for each finger they used." Also among the charges: public indecency and aggravated battery. Each count of aggravated sexual battery carries with it a maximum sentence of 25 years in prison. Overall, the three defendants are facing a staggering 371 years in prison, or 10 life sentences.