Brock Turner enraged social media last Friday morning after being released from jail having only served half of his six-month sentence for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman near a trash bin in a January 2015 incident.
Part of the 21-year-old ex-Stanford swimmer's requirements, as part of his early release, called for him to officially register as a sex offender for the rest of his life.
Well, TMZ Sports obtained that registration, which the site reports was filed in Greene County, Ohio, adjacent to his parents' home in Bellbrook, where he'll be living.
Here it is.
Under the terms of the sex offender registration, Turner will be required to add the address of a school and/or job — should he attend or get one, respectively.
According to the Associated Press last week, Turner will also receive up to three years of supervised probation under the terms of the early release.
All are slaps on the wrist considering how he permanently altered the state of his victim's life by his heinous actions.
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