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Clay Helton's first test is not Alabama



But rather the recent string of off field incidents:

Report: USC Football Player Raped Woman Twice, Snapchatted Videos To Her Ex


TMZ Sports has obtained the search warrant from the investigation into Osa Chad Masina -- a 19-year-old linebacker -- who is being investigated for allegedly drugging and raping a woman on two separate occasions in July.

According to the warrant, issued in Los Angeles, the woman claims she was first raped by Masina on July 14th, 2016 at the apartment of Masina's teammate, Don Hill -- a sophomore linebacker.
The woman told police Masina gave her a couple Xanax pills throughout the day. The woman says she had also been drinking alcohol, including wine by the pool and chugging Captain Morgan at a frat party.
After the frat party, the woman claims she was taken to Hill's apartment -- but insists she was "out of it" due to the Xanax and the booze. However, she remembers smoking weed.
"The next thing the victim recalls is having sex with Osa Chad Masina," the search warrant says.

The woman says she later learned Masina had taken videos and pictures of them having sex without her knowledge and/or consent ... and Snapchatted them to her ex-boyfriend. FYI -- the woman's ex-boyfriend is a football player at the University of Arizona.

http://www.tmz.com/2016/09/01/usc-football-player-rape-investigation-booze-drugs/

And now Don Hill is in trouble as well:

USC linebacker Don Hill was sent home from Texas on Friday "for a violation of team rules," a USC spokesman said. In a Los Angeles Police Department search warrant obtained by The Times, a woman accused Hill of engaging in sexual intercourse with her, without her consent, while she was intoxicated.

http://www.latimes.com/sports/usc/la-sp-don-hill-sent-home-20160902-snap-story.html

Kinda of insane that Masina was allowed to practice with the team in light of these developments.

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