Birth Day August 1st, 1995
Birth Place Dayton, Ohio
Age 28 Years Old

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Brock Allen Turner who is also known as Brock Turner is an American registered sex offender. He had found guilty on sexually assaulted an intoxicated and unconscious 22-year-old woman referred to as "Emily Doe" on 18 January 2015 although the victim revealed her identity in September 2019.

Survivor In Brock Turner Case Reveals Her Name 

The woman who was sexually assaulted by former Stanford University student Brock Turner, known during her legal proceedings as Emily Doe, is revealing her real name and introducing herself to the world, ahead of her upcoming memoir about her story and the global impact of her case. Her real identity is Chanel Miller.

Chanel Miller has written “Know My Name,” in which “she reclaims her identity to tell her story of trauma, transcendence, and the power of words,” according to her publisher, Viking, which will release the book on Sept. 24. In 2016, Turner was convicted for sexually assaulting Miller outside a fraternity party in 2015. The case made widespread headlines, particularly when the county judge, Aaron Persky, sentenced Turner to just six months in jail, despite facing up to 14 years. Persky believed that Turner was “remorseful,” even though he never admitted guilt in raping Miller. Turner, who had been a star swimmer at Stanford, only ended up serving three of the six months.

Miller’s victim impact statement, which she read at Turner’s sentencing hearing, went viral and drew attention from around the world, including from lawmakers in Congress. Miller’s powerful remarks and Turner’s lenient sentence sparked new conversations about rape culture and white male privilege and led California to pass minimum sentencing requirements for sexual assault cases. In 2018, voters recalled Persky, the first judge in California to be successfully recalled since 1932.

On Wednesday, CBS’ “60 Minutes” announced that it will air Miller’s first interview on Sept. 22 and released a clip of her reading her impact statement. Miller graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and now lives in San Francisco, where she works as a writer and artist, according to her author biography. She has been working on the book since early 2017, her publisher told The New York Times, aiming to process her sexual assault and the trial, as well as her trauma and recovery process. The book expanded its focus and relevance since the groundswell of the Me Too movement in the fall of 2017.

Famous for

  • A registered sex offender
  • Sexually assaulted an intoxicated and unconscious woman named Chanel Miller.

Where was Brock Turner born?

Brock Turner was born on August 1, 1995, in Dayton, Ohio. He holds American nationality. His birth name is Brock Allen Turner and his father is Dan Turner as his mother's name is unknown. Further details will be updated soon. Regarding his education, he graduated from Oakwood High School in 2014, where he was a three-time All-American swimmer. For more studies, He attended  Stanford University on a swimming scholarship. He was a 19-year-old freshman at the time of his arrest.

How did the incident happen?

Two Swedish graduate students, Peter Lars Jonsson (AKA W01) and Carl-Fredrik Arndt (AKA W02), were cycling by the Kappa Alpha fraternity on the Stanford campus about 1:00 a.m., on January 18, 2015, when they spotted the assault taking place. According to Arndt and Jonsson, they surprised Turner behind a dumpster as he was on top of an unconscious woman.

In his statements, Turner described initially drinking five Rolling Rock beers and two swigs of Fireball whiskey in a friend's room, and then having more beer later, reaching a total of nine drinks.

Turner told police that he met the victim at the Kappa Alpha house, they "drank beer together," "walked away from the house holding hands," and that he took off her clothes and fondled her while she rubbed his back. Turner then said he got nauseous and told her he needed to vomit. Turner said he got up and started to walk away to throw up, and heard another person saying something to him which he could not understand, then heard the same person talking to another person in a foreign language. He also denied running from graduate students. Turner stated that he and the victim drank beer together, danced and kissed at the party and agreed to go back to his room. Turner stated that the victim slipped on a slope behind a wooden shed, then Turner got down to the ground and started kissing with the victim. Turner stated he then asked her if she wanted him to "finger" her, to which she said yes. He stated that he "fingered" her for a minute as they were kissing, then they started "dry humping." Turner testified that he stumbled down an incline where he was confronted by the graduate students saying things like "You're sick" and "Do you think that's OK?" Turner testified that he didn't know what they were talking about. They said they grabbed him, but Turner said that he broke away, but was quickly tackled.

Charges and sentencing for Brock Turner

On January 28, 2015, Turner was indicted on five charges:

  • rape of an intoxicated person.
  • rape of an unconscious person.
  • sexual penetration (by a foreign object) of an unconscious woman.
  • sexual penetration (by a foreign object) of an intoxicated woman.
  • assault with intent to commit rape

These were summarized as "two counts of rape, two counts of penetration and one count of assault with intent to rape".

On March 30, 2016, Turner was found guilty of three felonies: assault with intent to rape an intoxicated woman, sexually penetrating an intoxicated person with a foreign object, and sexually penetrating an unconscious person with a foreign object.

Prosecutors recommended that Turner be given a six-year prison sentence based on the purposefulness of the action, the effort to hide this activity and her intoxicated state. However, On June 2, 2016, Judge Aaron Persky sentenced Turner to six months in the Santa Clara County jail followed by three years of probation. After three months in jail, Turner was released on September 2, 2016. He is permanently registered as a sex offender and was made obligated to participate in a sex offender rehabilitation program.


  • He was a three-time All American swimmer at high school.
  • In 2014, Turner had been arrested on campus for underage drinking.

Brock Turner after the incident

  • On January 20, two days after his arrest, Stanford announced Turner had been banned from campus.
  • Turner had aspirations to swim for the U.S. National Team in the 2016 Olympics, but USA Swimming stated on June 6 that he would not be eligible for membership if he sought to reapply.
  • On June 10, USA Swimming reiterated that Turner would never be welcome in its ranks again, under its zero-tolerance policy for sexual misconduct. That announcement effectively banned Turner from ever participating in a competitive swimming event for the United States.

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