Milwaukee activist Frank Nitty will not be charged in sex assault case

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Milwaukee County prosecutors will not file changes against prominent activist Frank “Nitty” Sensabaugh after four women told police he had sexually assaulted them.

Two prosecutors who reviewed the reports at the District Attorney’s Office said they believed the women but did not think they could prove a case in court.

Sensabaugh has denied the allegations and his attorney has said the activist was falsely accused.

The decision closes an investigation that started in November 2020 when Sensabaugh was arrested after a woman told police he had sexually assaulted her.

At the time, Sensabaugh livestreamed his arrest to his tens of thousands of Facebook followers, naming the woman he believed had made the accusation.

Soon after, three more women separately went to police and described experiences of unwanted or coerced oral sex with Sensabaugh.

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