Alexa Curtin filed an amended complaint against the Orange County Sheriff's Department after she learned of her alleged attacker's identity, RadarOnline.com has learned.
Curtin, 23, claimed that Nicholas Lee Caropino raped her, despite Orange County's refusal to help her peg him. Radar obtained the bombshell paperwork— in which Curtin does not reveal how she found him.
The ex-RHOC star's daughter filed her suit earlier this year, although the alleged incident happened in April 2014.
As Radar previously reported, the cops were called when Curtin and her then-boyfriend got into a verbal fight. They separated the couple, and an officer drove her back to her car that was parked a block away.
"Upon arriving at Plaintiff's vehicle, Deputy Caropino searched Plaintiff's purse and vehicle," the suit claimed. "While searching Plaintiff's vehicle, the Deputy Caropino found some of Plaintiff's underwear and began inappropriately questioning Plaintiff about her underwear; asking if the underwear belonged to her, how many pairs she had, why she needed the underwear, etc."
He then left the scene but told her "She was not free to leave" and "if she did leave, she would be in 'a lot of trouble.'" She stayed put, and attempted to fall asleep in her car while she waited.
But Caropino returned about 20 minutes later in his personal car in plain clothes. He allegedly told her, "since you are still here, I am going to f**k the sh*t out of you" and to "show me your p**y."
Curtin claimed she was terrified of him, so she obliged.
"Deputy Caropino then pulled his pants down and shoved Plaintiff's head down towards his genitals and forced her to orally copulate him despite her pleas to stop because he was hurting her," the suit also claimed. The two then engaged in non-consensual sex, and "Deputy Caropino partially ejaculated inside of Plaintiff's vagina, and partially on the passenger seat of Plaintiff's vehicle."
"Deputy Caropino then pulled up his pants, and asked Plaintiff for her cellular phone number so he could text her and to do this again," Lynne Curtin's daughter claimed. "Still afraid, Plaintiff gave Deputy Caropino an incorrect phone number. Then the Deputy Caropino returned to his personal vehicle and left."
She is suing for mental anguish, emotional distress and financial losses.
But, this isn't Curtin's first brush with the law.
She was arrested in 2014 for drinking beer on the beach with friends, and failed to show up to court for her ticket in the matter. Previously, she was charged with felony domestic violence for attacking an ex-boyfriend.
Most recently, she was charged with petty theft, assault and battery in 2015.
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