Koppenhaver, who originally faced nine charges, now faces 32 counts, including attempted murder, sexual assault, battery, coercion, preventing or dissuading a witness or victim from reporting a crime, and first-degree kidnapping resulting in substantial bodily harm. The new charges also involve Mack and Thomas as the victims, Bluth said.
The fighter is due in court Oct. 17. He faces life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson said that after further investigation prosecutors learned there about more “incidents of criminal conduct.”
He declined to go into detail about the allegations.
“It’s a serious case,” Wolfson said. “We’ve alleged serious charges. The accusations are serious.”
Wolfson said he met with Mack.
“She’s ready to testify,” Wolfson said. “She’s ready to come into court and tell what happened.
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