Judge Frederic Rutburg ruled that Mondol, a junior at Somerville High School, can be released on $100,000 bail and that he must surrender his passport, stay away from the high school and the three alleged rape victims, and that he abide by an 11 p.m. curfew, according to BostonHerald.com and WBUR.
Mondol and two other Somerville High School juniors have been accused of raping and sexually assaulting three freshmen at a school-sponsored sports camp in late August. The other two suspects are under 17, which means their names have not been released and they will face charges in juvenile court.
The Herald also reported that Mondol’s lawyer, William Korman, told the court his client was in the process of being expelled from Somerville High School.
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