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Aaron Daniel Floyd, UCF Student, Accused Of Raping Woman After Match.com Date

May 19, 2011 | Updated Jul 19, 2011

Aaron Daniel Floyd, 22, a student at the University of Central Florida, was arrested on Monday after he was accused of raping a woman he met on Match.com.

Police were told by the victim that she met Floyd through Match.com Thursday, May 12. The victim and Floyd shared an email conversation before exchanging cell phone numbers and chatting more. According to the report, Floyd asked the victim sexually-oriented questions that made her uncomfortable.

After a dinner date at a restaurant in Sanford, the two met up again, but this time the victim followed Floyd back to his apartment located on the 5300 block of Tattinger Lane, according to the report. They reportedly began kissing while sitting on his bed and watching TV. Floyd started to perform sexual acts on her and had her perform sexual acts on him, both without her consent, according to the report. When she tried to get up and go to the bathroom, he told her "You're not going anywhere," and after that he raped her anally and vaginally, according to the report.

After the incident, Floyd reportedly became "nervous" and said, "I don't know what to do with you now?" He then drove the victim to a pharmacy where he forced her to take the morning after pill and swallow it in front of him.

Floyd was charged with sexual battery. He is an industrial engineering major at UCF.