Ian Milaski Biography
Ian Milaski a senior with a double major in business and economics, was initially booked into the Alachua County Jail on bond totaling $125,000, but his attorney later filed an emergency motion asking to release him on his own recognizance, citing, among other factors, his status as a ‘high-achieving student and member of the University of Florida community.’
University of Florida senior Ian Milaski, accused of battery and false imprisonment, was released on his own recognizance to await trial. https://t.co/KtjO8qkUFo
— Alanna Vagianos (@lannadelgrey) September 10, 2019
Ian Milaski Age
How old is Ian Milaski? was born in 1998 and from California and he is 21 years old as of 2019. However, there is not much information about her father, mother, and siblings.
Judge cites he is a “high achieving student” after he was arrested for kissing & [forcibly penetrating a female student with his fingers]
This reads like punk-ass white boy rapist to you right?
— KPyπTΩ Que (@bptcrypto) September 10, 2019
Ian Milaski Career
Mileski started his job as a resident assistant for the UF Department of Housing and Residence Education on December 26, 2018. Later, he also worked as a head teaching assistant at UF Heavener School of Business.
Ian is set to graduate in May 2020 with a double major in business administration and economics and 2015, he started school at the University of Florida.
The judge who let Ian Milaski walk free is sending the message to all women that they don’t matter, and men are able to use their bodies whenever and however they please. This is NOT OK.https://t.co/aJhaLDwT0f
— Brianna Kwasnik (@BriannaKwasnik) September 11, 2019
Ian Milaski Sexual Assault Allegations
A University of Florida resident assistant accused of pinning down a female student and attempting to sexually assault her after luring the woman to his dorm room regained his freedom last week after a judge agreed to release him without bond.
Ian Milaski Arrested
— Meg (@megvondriska) September 10, 2019
According to court documents 21-year-old Ian Milaski, from Cape Coral, was arrested on August 28 on charges of simple battery – touch or strike and kidnapping in connection to an incident that took place on the University of Florida campus three days earlier.
Ian Milaski Victim
The victim was able to free herself from under Milaski and fled the room, according to the document.
She ran down the hallway toward her two male friends, who then walked her back to her own room in Tolbert Hall. One of the men stayed with the shaken and scared victim overnight at her request, according to the complaint.
Two hours later, the victim heard the door to her room opening and saw the outline of a person standing still in the doorway. She called out, ‘I see you!’
‘She then realized that the person was Milaski, and immediately felt terrified,’ the complaint reads.
The suspect allegedly tried to lay down next to the victim, who yelled for him to leave.
The woman’s screams awakened her male friend, who came to her aid and ordered Milaski out of the room.
Student Jailed On Sex Assault Charge Freed After Judge Deems Him ‘High Achieving’ – Ian Milaski, a 21-year-old resident hall assistant, was arrested on Aug. 29, after a female student called university police and accused Milaski of forcibly… https://t.co/C42SNLN3LB
— Rape Culture Realities (@RapeRealities) September 11, 2019
Fast Facts You Need to Know
- Ian Milaski, 21, was arrested in late August on charges of simple battery and kidnapping at University of Florida
- A female student accused Milaski, who works as RA on campus, of trying to force himself on her after a night of drinking
- The complaint states Milaski lured victim to his dorm room after asking for water, and then threw her on the bed and tried to digitally penetrate her
- The woman was able to escape but Milaski allegedly went to her room two hours later and had to be forced out by her male friend
- He was initially jailed on $125,000 bond, but his defense lawyer asked for bond reduction, arguing that Milaski is ‘high-achieving’ student
- Judge Mark Moseley, a former sex-crimes prosecutor, sided with the defense and released Milaski on his own recognizance