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>> A University of North Carolina football player turned himself into police Wednesday. One day after his alleged victim took her story public. In an unusual move, sophomore Delaney Robinson revealed her identity, holding a press conference Tuesday, drawing renewed attention to a sexual assault, which she says took place on Valentine's Day.
>> When I entered into Carolina as a freshman a little over a year ago, I was excited about new friends, new experiences, great faculty and classes. That all changed in February when I was assaulted and raped on campus.>> Robinson accused linebacker Allen Artis of raping her while she was, quote, mentally incapacitated and physically helpless.
>> I was drinking that night on Valentine's Day. I'm underage, and I take responsibility for that. But that does not give the right to anybody to violate me. I did not deserve to be raped.>> Robinson claims university police have been slow to bring justice.>> I reported it, I allowed the rape kit to be taken, I gave a statement.
>> Soon after Tuesday's news conference, police issued an arrest warrant for Artis, who is now out on bail. Artis was also kicked off the football team indefinitely.