A Boston-based IRS agent got an intern drunk, put a gun in her mouth, and then raped her, prosecutors alleged in Superior Court Thursday, according to The Boston Globe. James R. Clarke, an IRS criminal investigations agent, pleaded not guilty to “aggravated rape, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, and indecent assault and battery”—and was released on personal recognizance. Clarke invited the 21-year-old intern out to a bar last July and bought her “enough drinks to intoxicate her,” according to prosecutors. He then allegedly took her to his government-issued vehicle and handcuffed her “under the guise of showing her what it was like[.]” Clarke allegedly groped the intern, shoved his gun in her mouth, and “repeatedly raped her.” According to prosecutors, he told her that she “liked pain” while raping her, and she did not protest “due to fear from Clarke’s use of the handcuffs and the gun.” He allegedly grabbed her neck and forced her into another sex act before letting her go at a train station. Soon after, she called 911, prosecutors said.