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L.A. Artist Jack Armstrong Alleged Sexual Assault Victim Didn’t Have Date Rape Drugs In Her System: Cops

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Mar. 5 2014, Updated 5:19 p.m. ET

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Los Angeles "cosmic artist" Jack Armstrong alleged sexual assault victim did not have date rape drugs or any other illegal/legal substances in her system, according to a Beverly Hills Police Department incident report obtained exclusively by RadarOnline.com.

Armstong was formally charged with one count of rape in November 2013 after a lengthy investigation. He has pled not guilty.

The alleged rape took place in March 2010 after Armstrong struck up a conversation with the victim outside of a nightclub in Beverly Hills. According to prosecutors, they went into the club together and consumed several beers.

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"Prosecutors allege that the next thing the victim remembers is waking up in a bed in a hotel room laying next to the defendant with her underpants and tights off. The victim was sore and nauseous. The defendant was naked,"according to a statement previously released by the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office.

But according to the incident report from the Beverly Hills Police Department, a "urine sample was collected during the examination at the rape center,” Detective Daniel Chilson wrote on 6/6/11.

"I called the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Scientific Services Bureau regarding the results from the testing of the victim's urine collected during the examination at the rape treatment center. A short time later, they were faxed to me. According to the results, the sample did not contain the metabolite for Rohypnol, GHB, amphetamines, barbiturates, benzodiazepines, cannabinoids , cocaine, opiates, PCP, Ketamine or Norketamine."

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Cops had previously said that Armstrong may have drugged the alleged victim.

“He met the victim at a bar in West Hollywood,” Beverly Hills police Sgt. Max Subin previously told CBS 2 Los Angeles.

The attack could have been drug-induced, Subin added.

Armstrong is known for a style he calls “Cosmic Extensionalism.” One of his “canvases” was a Harley-Davidson motorcycle, dubbed the “Cosmic Starship Harley-Davidson,” that he priced at $1.1 million and compared to Andy Warhol’s pop art Campbell’s soup cans.

The artist remains free on $100 thousand bond and is being represented by attorney John Barnett.

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