CAMP CASEY, South Korea — A 2nd Infantry Division soldier, who after missing formation claimed she was raped, was found guilty on two charges and sentenced to six months in prison at a Camp Casey court-martial Friday.

Pvt. Shavonte Hampton, 19, of the 302nd Brigade Support Battalion’s Company C, was convicted of filing a false official statement and failing to report to formation.

Military judge Lt. Col. Thomas Kulish also sentenced Hampton to a two-thirds forfeiture of pay for six months.

Hampton had consensual sex with another soldier at the Camp Casey Lodge on July 23 and failed to report to duty on time the next day, prosecutors said.

Because it wasn’t the first time she had missed formation, Hampton concocted an elaborate rape story that quickly proved unfounded after the story changed several times, prosecutors said.

Although Hampton did not receive a bad-conduct discharge, she could be subject to administrative separation from the Army, officials said.

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