A former University of Wisconsin-Madison student who pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting and stalking female students broke down in tears and apologized to his victims after listening to their impact statements.
Alec Cook, 22, was sentenced to three years in prison and eight years of extended supervision in court on Thursday after pleading guilty to sexually assaulting three women and choking and stalking two others.
He also has to register as sex offender for 15 years, according to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
Alec Cook broke down in tears during court on Thursday as two of his victims read impact statements
The 22-year-old was sentenced to three years in prison for sexually assaulting three students at University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he was a real estate and urban land economy major
Cook apologized telling the victims that they did not deserve what he did to them. 'I'm sorry. I was wrong. You told the truth and everyone should believe you,' Cook said.
After two of the women and the mother of the third read emotional victim impact statements to the courtroom, Cook broke down in tears.
'I'm sorry. I was wrong. You told the truth and everyone should believe you,' Cook said.
'This is my fault. You didn't deserve this and neither did your families. To them, too, I am so sorry.'
Cook was also sentenced to eight years of extended supervision and has to register as a sex offender for 15 years
One of the victims said in her impact