Governor's Staffer Faces Sex Assault Charges

(Providence, RI)  --  New details are out about what led up to a staffer for Governor Gina Raimondo getting stabbed in the neck last week.  Daniel Brown was arraigned from Rhode Island Hospital yesterday on charges of sexual assault and procuring alcohol for a person under 21, according to the Providence Police Department.  Brown allegedly approached an 18-year-old, gave him vodka and sexually assaulted him at his home on Terrace Avenue, and was then stabbed out of self-defense, according to police.  The Rhode Island Attorney General's Office is reviewing the case, and Brown has been placed on administrative leave, according to a spokesperson for Governor Raimondo.


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