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Ugandan Uber Driver in Boston Accused of Rape, Faces Possible Deportation

The Uber logo is displayed on the window of a vehicle | File Photo/Curbed Boston via Getty Images.

The Uber logo is displayed on the window of a vehicle | File Photo/Curbed Boston via Getty Images.

Daudah Mayanja, 37, a Ugandan Uber driver working in Boston is accused of raping a woman — faces quadrupled bail and the possibility of deportation.

According to a report by Boston Globe, Mayanja was arrested Saturday on two counts of rape. The State Police received a report about 1:15 a.m (8:15 a.m EAT). that he had allegedly attacked a woman in his vehicle, State Police said.

Now, Mayanja is being held by State Police awaiting arraignment Monday in Boston Municipal Court, Dave Procopio; Massachusetts State Police spokesman said in a statement.

Uber has since revoked Mayanja’s access to its app after the allegations became public. However, the ride-hailing company hasn’t responded to inquiry from media.

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