Boston College DT Jaryd Rudolph pleads guilty in sex-recording case

By Chris Huston | College Football Writer

Boston College junior defensive tackle Jaryd Rudolph has entered a guilty plea after being charged with violating state wire tap laws by recording a sexual encounter between his roommate and a woman and then distributing it to others, the Associated Press reportedon Wednesday.

According to CBS Boston, Rudolph, 19, is accused of recording the woman's "sexual noises" via cell phone on February 15 and sharing it with others, including members of the football team, the police report said.

The woman's lawyer says that hearing Rudolph admit to the facts is "significant to the healing process."

The judge in the case issued a three-month continuance. If Rudolph completes community service, the charge will be dismissed.

Rudolph, a 6-foot-4, 293-pounder from Plympton, Mass., had 16 tackles and a half-sack in seven games as a reserve for the Eagles this past fall.

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