One of the four teenagers accused of raping a UMass student was denied his latest request for a reduced bail.
Caleb Womack, 18, of Connecticut, has already pleaded not guilty to aggravated rape charges in the incident back in October.
The judge rejected his request for bail to be lowered to $5,000.
The four teenagers, who are not UMass students, allegedly raped the student in her dorm.
Authorities say the woman knew the teens.
The maximum penalty for aggravated rape is life in prison.
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