May 17, 2018
He wasn’t even trying to rape her!
It just kind of happened.
The homeless man accused of beating and sexually assaulting a Queens mother told detectives he only wanted to rob the woman — but admitted he gets “angry” and “black[s] out sometimes.”
“I pushed her down the stairs. I wasn’t going to rape her,” Ronald Williams admitted to detectives in South Carolina on Tuesday. “I punch her in the face a few times. I get angry and black out sometimes.”
Wearing red pants and a t-shirt, Williams scowled as he stepped into the Queens Criminal courtroom around 1 p.m. Thursday with his hands cuffed behind his back to answer to charges of assault, sexual abuse and unlawful imprisonment.
Williams, 21, allegedly attacked the mother of two near 72nd Road and Kissena Boulevard on April 30 — just moments after she had dropped her child at school.