A real estate attorney at a major Chicago law firm and his nephew were charged with sexually assaulting an 18-year-old man who told authorities he blacked out after consuming one-and-a-half drinks at the attorney's South Side home last week.
Bail was set at $150,000 each for Stanley Stallworth, 50, a partner at Sidley Austin for more than 20 years, and his nephew, Therrie Miller, 22, of Dolton.
The alleged victim told authorities he met Miller at a South Holland barbershop on Nov. 27 and that the next day Miller texted him and asked if he wanted to hang out at his uncle's home, said Assistant State's Attorney Elizabeth Dibler.
At Stallworth's Bronzeville home in the 3300 block of South Calumet Avenue, the teen alleged he was pressured into consuming a drink, Dibler said. After drinking one and part of another, he lost consciousness and woke up to find Miller performing a sex act on him, she said. The teen alleged he tried to fight off the assault but then Stallworth performed a sex act on him as well, she said.
He lost consciousness again and awoke the next morning naked, Dibler said. After being driven home by Miller, the teen told his mother about the alleged attack and went to Franciscan St. Margaret Health hospital.
Stallworth's attorney told Judge Israel Desierto that his client would post bond today.