Brandon Toliver was in the military and had been accused of sexually assaulting a married woman in her hotel room. The woman had been drinking and was reported to black out. You can’t give consent while intoxicated according to Florida law. This occurred after a party in Jacksonville Florida during a work related event coming from a different state. According to reports he said they’ve had multiple affairs spanning months that can’t be validated. Reports show that multiple witnesses saw the victim drinking. Which Brandon lied about when first confronted about alcohol use, he reported the victim was sober. His story changed later when military authorities got involved but he was still allowed to leave the military untouched even when it was determined that alcohol was a factor and involved. Reports from external investigators show that the military screwed up the investigation and allowed the possible sexual predator to leave the service without punishment or accountability. It’s also stated that he had an affair with Yanet Garcia and another red head woman from his workplace. He is married to Tiffany Toliver and have children and live in Belton or Palestine, Texas. It’s unsure If she is aware of these affairs. Stay away from this possible sexual predator. According to Florida law, Does intoxication impact the victim’s ability to consent? Yes “mentally incapacitated” means temporarily incapable of appraising or controlling a person’s own conduct due to the influence of a narcotic, anesthetic, or intoxicating substance administered without his or her consent. Florida Statutes § 794.011. A person that is physically helpless may not be able to provide intelligent, knowing, and voluntary consent.