POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY, Okla. (KFOR) -- An Oklahoma high school basketball coach is facing several charges following an accusation of rape.
In January, Shawnee police officers arrested Nathan Holland, a basketball coach at Calvin High School, on complaints of rape and forcible sodomy.
According to court documents, the alleged victim claims she met Holland on the dating app Bumble. She says she agreed to meet him at an IHOP, but their plans changed.
Instead, he told her he booked a room at a nearby hotel. When she arrived, she says Holland forced her to perform sex acts and then raped her.
Holland has been charged with first-degree rape, first-degree rape by instrumentation, two counts of forcible sodomy, and one count of domestic assault and battery by strangulation.
Holland is also accused of inappropriately touching himself in the classroom and recording it on his cellphone, KWTV reports. The video was discovered during the rape investigation.
Holland told investigators he was alone in the classroom when he took the video. Investigators said that they do not believe children were present at the time of recording.