A man charged with rape told Provo police he’s not guilty because one of his multiple personalities told him he had consensual sex with the woman.

Dillon McKay Price, 24, of Lawton, Okla., faces a charge of rape, a first-degree felony.

According to documents filed with 4th District Court in Provo, Price was staying at the woman’s home in Provo when, on Dec. 10, he allegedly held her down by the throat and threatened to get a knife if she resisted. He then raped her, police said.

In an interview with police, Price said he “did not remember anything” from the previous day; that he “slept all day and nothing happened.” He later said that he has “multiple personalities” and that one of those personalities, whom he called Edmond, “was telling him that he has consensual sex with the victim.”

The woman gave police a letter Dillon wrote the day after the alleged rape stating “he was sorry for not being able to stop Edmond from what he did.” Price told police he wrote the letter “after the victim said he had raped her and was telling her sorry for that.”