Last August, a man was arrested for allegedly breaking into an Upper East Side apartment and raping a 27-year-old woman inside. Suspect Jason Quinones, now 22, initially claimed he had consensual sex with the woman—but in May, Quinones pleaded guilty to rape and was given 20 years in prison. But today at his sentencing, Quinones re-changed his story, and again claimed the sexual encounter was consensual. And he also claimed that a different sex assault he pleaded guilty to was ALSO actually consensual.

"The defendant said that he knew both of the victims," Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Richard Carruthers said at the sentencing proceeding. "He went out on dates with the victims. Both consumed alcohol and were drunk. The defendant insisted that he did not force anyone into these sexual encounters and that both victims statements are false."

The judge, whom the Post described as "visibly angry," will decide on August 10th whether to revoke Quinones' guilty plea or go forward with the sentencing on a future date. Quinones had pleaded guilty to breaking into a 27-year-old's first floor East 90th Street apartment on August 13th; she woke up in the middle of the attack, and ran screaming through the hallway, while Quinones escaped through the window. In the other incident last July, Quinones admitted to pushing his way into the victim's East 83rd Street apartment and sexually abusing her on a couch.

Quinones, a father of a three-year-old son, was on parole for 2009 Manhattan drug sale conviction when he was arrested for the rape. At the time of the attack, his mother had told the Post, "My son is innocent. My son is not a rapist...This is a big misunderstanding."