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Court documents: Claremore man accused of rape tells investigators, 'Stop doesn't always mean stop'

Travis Condry
Posted at 11:30 AM, Apr 25, 2019
and last updated 2019-04-25 12:35:32-04

CLAREMORE, Okla. — A Claremore man who is facing a first-degree rape charge recorded five minutes of audio in connection with the incident and told investigators that "stop doesn't always mean stop," according to court documents.

The victim said that while she visited her friend Travis Condry, 26, she performed oral sex on him. Then, the woman said he continued to have sex with her even though she begged him to stop for several minutes.

Court documents said Condry filmed five minutes of audio of the incident, in which the woman could be heard crying, telling the man to stop and that he was hurting her. The woman told authorities that she screamed and cried in the hopes that someone would hear her and come to help.

Investigators also said that Condry told them "stop always doesn't mean stop" when they talked to him at his home, and that the sex was consensual as far as he was concerned.

The woman sustained injuries during the incident, court documents said.

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