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Published September 22, 2012, 10:21 PM

Convicted rapist was in line to receive a home through the local Habitat for Humanity

(WDAY TV) -- The local Habitat for Humanity is reviewing its policy, after a convicted rapist, who was in line to receive a home through the program, now faces new allegations of sexual assault.

By: WDAY Staff Reports, WDAY

(WDAY TV) -- The local Habitat for Humanity is reviewing its policy, after a convicted rapist, who was in line to receive a home through the program, now faces new allegations of sexual assault.

49 year old Wilfred Hudson was charged Thursday with repeatedly sexually assaulting an 8 year old girl, then Friday an additional charge for assaulting a woman while she was sleeping on muscle relaxants.

This is Hudson getting help from Habitat for Humanity, as they put up a wall to what was soon to be his new home. A spokesperson for Lake Agassiz Habitat said its partnership with Wilfred is now over.

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