TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami) — Two South Florida men, who attended Florida State University, have been found not guilty of sexually assaulting a female student, according to court records.

A Tallahassee jury found Cole Durrett Borror Ekus, from Fort Lauderdale, and George H. Coloney, from Weston, not guilty on March 7, 2019.

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The two were first charged in Feb. 2015.

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TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami) —  A judge set a $50,000 bond for each of the Florida State University students accused of raping a woman on campus.

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Cole Durrett Borror Ekus, 19, from Fort Lauderdale, and George Herbert Coloney IV, 19, from Weston, were arrested on charges of sexual battery.

In bond court on Thursday, according to WCTV, Prosecutor Jeremy Mutz called the situation “every parent’s worst nightmare” and “every woman’s worst nightmare.”

Mutz had asked for them to be held without bond but the judge set the bond along with the requirement for GPS monitoring.

The judge also ordered the men to stay with their parents in South Florida and to not contact the victim.

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