Entertainment 'Bachelorette' Contestant Convicted of Indecent Assault and Battery

22:30  13 june  2018
22:30  13 june  2018 Source:   hollywoodreporter.com

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One of Becca Kufrin‘s Bachelorette contestants was convicted of indecent assault and battery — just days before the season premiered last month. Lincoln Adim, who has yet to be eliminated on the show

Lincoln Adim, a contestant on The Bachelorette , was found guilty of indecent assault and battery for groping and assaulting a woman two years ago. He was convicted on May 21 this year, though according to a statement from the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office

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A contestant currently appearing on ABC's The Bachelorette was convicted of indecent assault and battery last month stemming from a 2016 incident in Boston, The Hollywood Reporter can confirm.

Lincoln Adim, one of 28 men competing on Becca Kufrin's cycle of the reality dating competition, was convicted of indecent assault and battery for groping and assaulting an adult female on a harbor cruise ship, according to a statement from the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office.

Adim was convicted on May 21 — one week before The Bachelorette premeired — and sentenced to one year in a house of correction. The incident in question occured May 30, 2016.

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Troubling new information has surfaced about The Bachelorette contestant Lincoln Adim. According to a report from spoiler blogger Reality Steve, the Los Angeles, California native was convicted of indecent assault and battery in May 21, 2018.

If convicted of indecent assault and battery on a child under age 14, the defendant will face up to ten years in state prison, or up to two and one-half years in the house of corrections. Conviction may also require the defendant to register as a sex offender.

"The judge ordered him to stay away from the victim and attend three Alcoholics Anonymous meetings per week during those two years," reads the statement to THR. "If he complies with the judge’s orders, he will not have to serve out his term, but if he fails to comply with those orders or re-offends, he could be ordered to serve out the year behind bars. By law, he is expected to register as a sex offender."

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In order to convict a defendant of indecent assault and battery on a person fourteen or older in violation of G.L.c. 265, section 13H, the government is required to prove the following four elements of the crime beyond a reasonable doubt

Indecent assault and battery is a serious crime and a conviction carries the possibility of prison time and registration as a sex offender. In order to convict a defendant of indecent assault and battery , the Commonwealth must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that

The Bachelorette is currently three weeks into its season. The cycle began filming in March and wrapped mid-May. The competition eliminates contestants each week and Adim is still in the competition. The Bachelorette airs its next episode on Monday.

ABC declined comment; producers Warner Bros. TV did not immediately respond to THR's request.

Franchise spoiler blogger Reality Steve was first to report the news, which was shared on social media by former Bachelor contestant Ashley Spivey.

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