The man arrested for sexual assault on UW-Madison's campus last week has four active arrest warrants in Rhode Island for a string of harassment charges from before he came to UW at all. He is now facing eviction from his campus housing after four more sexual incidents here. News 3 Now's Naomi Kowles brings us those reports.

MADISON, Wis. — A former University of Wisconsin-Madison student accused of third-degree sexual assault on campus last week has a harassment history dating back not just the last few months in Wisconsin, but also stretching into last year in Rhode Island.

Robin Perkins, 34, is now facing eviction from university housing at Eagle Heights after being accused of assaulting another individual who isn’t affiliated with the campus on December 7. The eviction process started months earlier when UW threatened him with eviction after he was accused of sexually assaulting someone on August 25.

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Naomi Kowles is an investigative reporter for WISC-TV News 3 Now and Channel3000.com. If you have an investigative story you would like her to look into, she can be contacted at nkowles@wisctv.com.