Colby Messer plead not guilty to two charges of sexual assault.

Colby Messer pleads not guilty in sexual assault trial

A Port Alberni man plead not guilty to two counts of sexual assault in Denver court.

A Port Alberni man plead not guilty to two counts of sexual assault in Denver court on Monday (Oct. 3) morning.

Colby James Messer was in court on two counts of sexual assault and overcoming the victim’s will in connection with an incident that occured in a Denver hotel room in November 2015. According to Colorado court records, a woman was assaulted with several hotel room objects.

According to the Denver District Attorney’s Office, four other counts were dropped and three other men have not been charged.

Messer will appear in Denver court again on Nov. 28 for a motions hearing. His bail conditions have been lessened to $200,000 bond and he is allowed to reside in Seattle with no GPS monitoring.

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