Gates, N.Y. - A former Gates-Chili basketball coach already charged with rape was arrested again Thursday for allegedly violating an order of protection.
Police stopped Monte Nowden at 1:45 p.m. for making an unlawful stop in his vehicle. He was with a teenage girl; police say she is the same girl for whom the order of protection was issued.
Police tell 13WHAM News it appears Nowden picked up the girl; Nowden's attorney disputes that.
"There is an alleged video tape of them together that was taken by law enforcement," said Assistant District Attorney Amanda Balling.
It is unclear when or where exactly the video was taken.
"At worst the allegation is that the complainant was talking to my client. Obviously if a rape allegation was made against any of us, we'd probably have quite a bit that we would want to say to that person as well," said Christian Catalano, attorney for Nowden.
Back in February, police arrested Nowden for allegedly engaging in sex acts with a high school student at the Tinsletown movie theater in Gates.
Yesterday, Nowden's lawyer shared notarized documents with 13WHAM that say the girl made up the story and felt pressured into telling police she had sex with the coach.
Gates police and the Monroe County District Attorney's Office began a new investigation once they learned of the documents.
"The investigation was to determine the voracity of the recantation as well as what level of coercion, if any, the victim was subjected to by the defendant," said Balling.
Nowden was charged Thursday with criminal contempt. He pled not guilty and bail was set at $100,000.
Nowden is being held at the Monroe County jail and is scheduled to return to court June 13th for the new charge, and June 15th in State Supreme Court for rape charges, pending an indictment.