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Friend: Accused Prep School Rapist Told Me He Had Sex With Freshman Accuser

Playing Friend: Accused Prep School Rapist Told Me He Had Sex With Freshman Accuser

Several close friends of a former prep school student at the center of a rape trial are speaking out about the charges against him.  

Read: Teen Allegedly Raped by Older Student at Elite Boarding School: 'I Had No Idea What Was Going On'

Andrew Thomson was the former roommate of 19-year-old defendant Owen Labrie, who is accused of raping a freshman at St. Paul's School in New Hampshire.

Thomson said during the trial: "I kept asking and he eventually told me that, in his words, he had [bleeped] her."

The rape allegedly happened during "Senior Salute," a ritual where seniors sometimes competed to have sex with younger students.

Malcolm Salovarra, another close friend of the defendant, was asked about "Senior Salute."

He said: "They would get together and they could spend some time together that could involve kissing, or more than that sexually."

He read a Facebook exchange where Labrie told him he was going to invite the alleged victim to participate in the ritual.

“I said, ‘Haha, are you kidding me, bro?'

"He says, ‘Total babe,’” Salovarra said on the stand.

Henry Kremer, who played on the soccer team with Labrie, said the defendant told him on graduation day that he had sex with the 15-year-old girl.

And Tucker Marchese, now a student at Holy Cross College, said he and Labrie made a list of girls for "Senior Salute."

He said on the stand: "We decided to create a list of girls that we would eventually like to get to know better, have a relationship with."

The girl, who was 15 at the time of the alleged attack, broke down on the stand last week.

“I was raped! I was violated in so many ways,” she said. INSIDE EDITION is protecting her identity.

Labrie has pleaded not guilty and is expected to testify on Wednesday. 

Watch Below: Teen Allegedly Raped By Student Part of School's 'Senior Salute'

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