Off-duty MTA conductor, 31, arrested in Queens for allegedly sexually assaulting woman

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NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- An off-duty MTA conductor was arrested in Queens Saturday for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman, police said.

Nathaniel Mayo, 31, was charged with a criminal sex act, assault and harassment, the NYPD said.

The alleged victim called 911 after she said Mayo forced her into having anal sex while they were having consensual sex, a police source told The Daily News.

Mayo allegedly slapped the woman in the face and twisted her arm after she refused his subsequent attempts, according to the Daily News.