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Breakup Sex Gone bad; Chandler Man Pepper Sprayed by Ex-Girlfriend During Alleged Sexual Assault

No break up is complete without that final roll in the sheets to sort of say "it's been a pleasure doing business with you, but I must now move on," or to remind yourself why you're breaking up in the first place. A Chandler man apparently didn't realize that his ex had to agree to the sex before getting busy, and now he's charged with sexual assault.

According to court documents obtained by New Times, on Monday afternoon, 23-year-old Kaleb Josephcamero Downey had break-up sex with his ex-girlfriend, despite the woman telling him she wasn't interested and trying to pepper spray him in the middle of intercourse.

The girlfriend told police after the alleged assault that she went to Downey's house at 1750 West Boston Street in Chandler about 1 p.m. to pick up some of her things that were still there following the breakup.

Once in Downey's house, he told the woman to follow him into a room where he had put some of her things. Downey was upset that his former flame already had a new boyfriend and became "emotional," according to court records.

Downey told the girl that they were going to have sex and she was going to "have to take it" before overpowering her and throwing her on a bed.

During the struggle, the girl managed to grab a canister of pepper spray out of her purse. She sprayed it on Downey, but was unable to get it in his face before he grabbed it and threw it across the room.

Downey managed to remove the woman's sweat pants and underwear and started having sex with her.

This is where the girl's story gets a bit suspicious -- after a few minutes of what the girl claims was non-consensual sex, Downey pulled out and positioned himself to be able to put his penis in the woman's mouth.

According to court records, Downey grabbed the back of the woman's head and "the force caused her to open her mouth and accept his penis."

We took a brief survey of female New Times employees, and the general consensus is that a little "force" isn't going to get a man's penis into a woman's mouth unless she has a huge gap in her teeth allows it, or is threatened. But that doesn't necessarily mean the sex was consensual.

After "moving his penis back and forth" in her mouth, Downey continued to have vaginal sex with the woman before getting off of her and pulling his shorts up.

As the victim began to put her clothes back on, Downey, the woman later told police, took out his digital camera and took a picture of her somewhat-nude body, which he said he planned to show to her new boyfriend.

The woman tried to leave the room, but Downey blocked the door and forced her to talk to him about how hurt he was that she had a new boyfriend. After about an hour, he finally let her out of the room. She grabbed her stuff and got in her car -- but Downey wasn't done.

The heartbroken alleged rapist stood in the doorway of the victim's car preventing her from closing the door for about 15 minutes, begging her to get back together with him.

Eventually, she managed to close the door and drive away. When she looked in her rearview mirror, she later told police, she saw Downey chasing after her car.

After allegedly sexually assaulting the victim, Downey sent her text messages apologizing and saying he was going to kill himself. He then told her he planned to turn himself in for what he did to her -- right before asking if she planned on turning him in.

After meeting with police, the victim confronted Downey about the alleged sexual assault. He never denied that it happened, and only asked if she could forgive him.

Following his arrest, Downey was interviewed by police and initially told them he never had sex with the woman on the day of the alleged assault. When police told him they might have DNA evidence proving the two had sex, Downey changed his tune, telling police they did have sex, but it was consensual. He told cops the apologies he'd text messaged to the victim were because he pushed her and felt bad -- and though he might be in trouble.

Downey then started crying and told police how upset he was over the breakup. He then said he "didn't plan for it to happen" and that if he told the truth he'd go to prison.

Downey's been charged with four counts of sexual assault, one count of kidnapping, and one count of unlawful recording of a person.


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