Former Georgetown basketball star Victor Page sentenced for attempted sexual assault

A former Georgetown basketball icon, Victor Page, is headed to prison.

Victor Page – who played alongside Allen Iverson with the Hoyas – was sentenced to 25 years – with five years suspended – for attempting to sexually assault an underage victim.

In June, Page pleaded guilty to first-degree assault and attempted fourth-degree sex offense.

In addition to a prison sentence, Page must register as a sex offender for 15 years, and he will be on supervised probation for five years.

A native of the D.C. area, Page has an extensive criminal history, including assault, indecent exposure, and sex offense.

In the most recent instance, Page's victim was his girlfriend's 17-year-old daughter.

Prosecutors say Page barged into the girl's bedroom and pushed her to the ground, strangled her, and started pulling her clothing off.

She escaped into the parking garage, but Page caught up with her, forced her to the ground, and began strangling her again.

Three people had pull Page off of the victim.