GAINESVILLE, Fla. (WCJB) - UPDATE: 09/26/2019 11:45am:
Former UF resident assistant Ian Milaski has posted bond after his re-arrest, Wednesday, September 25.
Milaski is charged with attempted sexual battery, kidnapping, and burglary, of a woman in his dormitory. His total bond was set at $200,000.00.
The 21-year-old had originally been arrested and released around a month ago on his on own recognizance. The Judge that had released him has since recused himself from the case and a new Judge has recently been reassigned.
UPDATE: 09/25/19 11:51 p.m.
Former UF resident assistant Ian Milaski was served a warrant today on new charges.
The state attorney is now charging the 21-year-old with attempted sexual battery, kidnapping, and burglary. The warrant was issued last Thursday.
Originally, Mileski was charged with simple battery and false imprisonment after an incident with a woman in a UF dorm room.
A judge released him on no bail that time for being a quote, "high-achieving student." That judge has since recused himself from the case.
His lawyer, Ronald D. Kozlowski has filed a motion to reduce his bond citing that "a bond of $200,000.00 is over five times the maximum amount of any fine that could be imposed by conviction of the offenses charged."
The lawyer is requesting for Milaski's bond to be reduced to a non-monertary bond and instead wear an ankle monitor as previously set by the trial court.
Milaski is not a danger to the community, the attorney said. His bond has been set at $200,000.00.
UPDATE: 09/20/2019 12:37PM
Judge Mark Moseley has recused himself from the case of Ian Milaski who was originally charged with simple battery and false imprisonment.
The case has been reassigned to Judge William E. Davis.
Milaski will be called up to Judge David on Monday, October 7th at 9 AM.
The University of Florida Resident Assistant or RA released on no bail because, in part, he is a "high-achieving student" now faces a much more serious charge.
According to court documents, 21-year-old Ian Milaski was originally charged with simple battery and false imprisonment after an incident with a woman in a dorm room last month.
According to the original arrest report, Milaski contacted the woman saying that he was drunk and needed help. When they arrived at Milaski’s dorm room, he attempted to force himself on her.
When she said no to him, he continued to force himself on her and grabbed her wrist to prevent her from leaving. She managed to reach the door, but Milaski picked her up and placed her on his bed.
At some point, the woman was able to leave his dorm room and return to her own and asked a friend to stay with her. Later, Milaski managed to enter her dorm room and attempted to lie next to her. When she yelled at him, her friend woke up to protect her and yelled at Milaski to leave.
Circuit Judge Mark Mosely originally released Milaski on his own recognizance a week ago, but on Friday prosecutors filed an additional charge of attempted sexual battery.
With the additional charges, the recommended bond is $300,000.