Photos: Owen Labrie's Life in Vermont After His Rape Conviction

Photos: Owen Labrie’s Life in Vermont After His Rape Conviction Corey Hendrickson/Getty for Newsweek

In an exclusive interview with Newsweek, Owen Labrie, the defendant in the infamous sexual assault case at the lauded St. Paul's school in New Hampshire, broke his silence about life after his conviction. In June 2014, Labrie, then 18, was accused of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old classmate at St. Paul's School in Concord, New Hampshire—a charge he continues to deny today. Labrie was also found guilty of Section 649-B of New Hampshire's criminal code, which makes it a felony "to seduce, solicit, lure, or entice a child or another person believed by the person to be a child" for sex or lewd behavior on the Internet.

As his legal team prepares to bring his case to New Hampshire's Supreme Court, 20-year-old Labrie opened up about his journey from scholarship superstar to unemployed young adult living with his mom.

Owen Labrie lunches at his father’s house while released on bail during his appeal, November 9, 2015 in Vershire, Vermont.Corey Hendrickson/Getty for Newsweek
Labrie on his father’s property.Corey Hendrickson/Getty for Newsweek
Labrie stacks firewood with his father, Cannon Labrie.Corey Hendrickson/Getty for Newsweek
Labrie plans to build a timber frame chapel on his father’s property.Corey Hendrickson/Getty for Newsweek
Labrie with Louie the cat at his father's house on November 9.Corey Hendrickson/Getty for Newsweek
Labrie and his father embrace.Corey Hendrickson/Getty for Newsweek
Labrie drives to his mother’s house from his father's, to make it back in time before curfew.Corey Hendrickson/Getty for Newsweek