A former star high school quarterback from New Jersey pleaded not guilty this week to raping his ex-girlfriend, as he refused a plea deal involving lesser charges. Kevin Olsen, a Wayne Hills High School stand-out whose brother is an all-pro NFL player, faces up to 10 years in prison on each of the three rape...
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