John Stewart, a former police officer in St. Louis has been charged with sodomy after forcing a sex act on a pregnant woman.

Court documents state that the victim called police when her vehicle was stolen from her home on the night of June 12, 2015. The officer responding, John Stewart, arrived in a marked car and forced the woman to have sex with him. She was six months pregnant at the time of the attack.

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It was confirmed by sources that the officer resigned from the police department less than a week after the assault allegations came to light and an internal affairs investigation was not completed. Then-Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce’s office did not charge the officer with the sexual assault though the move was upended by current Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner on Jan. 31.

Details about the case are currently under wraps and the matter is still under investigation, according to Gardner’s spokeswoman.

“Based upon our investigation over the last several months, Mr. Stewart has been charged with one count of Felony Sodomy or Attempted Sodomy in the 1st Degree,” spokeswoman Susan Ryan said in a statement. “This is an ongoing investigation. Anyone with information about this incident should call the Circuit Attorney’s Office.”

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The woman, who was 25 at the time of the assault, authored the probable cause statement against Stewart and is named in the court documents. This is considered “not common, but not unusual.”

“It’s another way to bring these cases forward,” Ryan told the media.

The statement said that the victim and John Stewart discussed the stolen vehicle as he stood near the doorway of her home. Once he completed his duties he asked if he could come inside. It was then that he started complimenting her appearance and exposed himself to her after she refused to let him touch her.

“I didn’t consent to the defendant’s sexual advances, but complied as I was in fear of serious physical injury to myself and my children, who were present at the time,” she wrote in the statement.

The victim of the sexual assault noted in her statement that she saved some of the evidence of the reported assault. That evidence was handed over to the crime lab and they were able to confirm the presence of his DNA on some clothing as well as on a cup.

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The victim’s cousin shot a 10-minute documentary of the victim detailing the ordeal from a hospital bed when she was battling cancer. According to the woman attacked, she had just put her four children to bed for the night and was concerned that the officer would kill her.

“I did what I thought was best and that was being compliant,” the victim stated. “Obviously, he knew I didn’t want to do it.”

On February 7, John Stewart posted a $60,000 cash bond.