YOU READ IT HERE FIRST: Two men raped a 15-year-old girl in a family home in Teaneck after another man brought her there, Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli said this afternoon.
Kareem Gibbs, 25, was being held on $500,000 bail and 22-year-old Kelisen Brewley on $400,000 bail in the Bergen County Jail after being arrested earlier today.
Meanwhile, authorities continued the search for the alleged driver — Brewley’s brother, Keith, 27.
The girl told investigators from Teaneck and Molinelli’s Special Victims Unit that Keith Brewley, whom she knew, drove her to the Maple Avenue home of Brewley’s family Thursday night to socialize, Molinelli said.
The girl was “unaware that two other males were at the residence, the prosecutor said.
Soon after she arrived, Gibbs (above, left) brought her into a bedroom where he they were joined by Kelisen Brewley (middle), he said.
“While holding the victim down, the two engaged her in sexual acts against her will,” Molinelli said.
“Afterwards Gibbs and Kelisen Brewley left the residence,” he said. “The victim was eventually taken home by Keith Brewley, at which time she reported the attack to her mother.”
Detectives with a warrant searched the home today and found a .22-caliber handgun in Kelisen Brewley’s bedroom, the prosecutor said.
It had been reported stolen out of Jacksonville, FL earlier this year, he said.
“Certain other evidence” was also collected, Molinelli added.
Kareem Gibbs and Kelisen Brewley were each charged with three counts of aggravated sexual assault and one of child endangerment.
Brewley also was charged with illegal possession of the gun.
Both have first Municipal Court appearances scheduled for Sept. 8.
Keith Brewley (above, right) was being charged with child endangerment, Molinelli said.
PHOTOS: Courtesy BERGEN COUNTY PROSECUTOR
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