Specific details in the Roethlisberger sexual assualt case

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    Let not forget what happened to Randy Moss the week before that game in Feb 2008. Let's give this time to work itself out before we attack him just because hes a Steeler.
     
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    [QUOTE]You people keep acting like she is teh only women in history to wait a logn time before speaking out. Maybe when it comes to celebs you are right but in normal r ape cases this kind of thing happens all the time. A girl gets r aped and does not tell anyone for a while and then she cant live with it anymore and she does something about it. I agree its fishy but its not unheard of. Everyone cop friend i have told me last night that women do this kind of thing all the time. Some people just dont know how to deal with this kind of trama. Not to mention she is clearly claiming that the Casino tried to cover it up and might have even made it clear to her that if she went public with this she would lose her job. And I dont know about you but ui can 100% see some sleezebag casino owner speaking the words " and you will never work in this town again" and that would be about enough to make her keep her mouth shut. Lets look at this She know Ben is a celeb and that if she accuses him most Americans are just going to call her a w hore or a gold digger. Could have played a factor Some women just dont know how to deal with this kind of trama so its possible she just locked it away till seh couldnt deal with it anymore. She could have lost her job if she went to the police We knwo for a fact that teh Casino owner told her "most women would be honored to have sex with ben" soa girl tells her boss that a client r aped her and he says you should feel honored to have had sex with this man? And she is teh bad guy? I dont think so She is claiming they tried to cover it up which could be another reason it took so long for her to go public with this. You have to put it all out in front of you before you judge. I mean if your kid or sister or whom ever got r aped and then was todl she should feel honored for having had sex with so and so celeberty and maybe even told if she tells anyon her "story" that maybe she gets fired and maybe she never works in thsi town again and then this sister or mother or whatever keeps her mouth shut and suffers silently for a year before finaly tellign someone are you tellign me you would understand at all? I mean I get it I would have some doubts too but i mean that sounds pretty understandable. If she can prove that the Casino tried to shut her up or cover this up then i think that is a pretty good excuse for why it took her so long to come forward. And from the details I have read it deffently sounds like there was a cover up.
    Posted by MVPkilla[/QUOTE]
     Killa,
    You're right on the $$$$$.  What ever doubts we have, this sounds too horrific not to be true.  Lack of an "immediate outcry" is only to our knowledge.  From what I've read, she did report it to Harrah's Chief of Security.  His rather crass reaction is probably what shut her down and caused her to rethink reporting the incident.  Can you imagine the pressure she was under?  This wasn't some jerk in club or some guy hiding in the bushes.  This was Big Ben, Super Bowl QB.  Like I've previously stated, unless he has a huge bomb to drop, he's going to lose.  His best option is to try to settle.  Then perhaps she just pursues action against her former employer.  Settlement equals a lengthy suspension though.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Specific details in the Roethlisberger sexual assualt case : In case you all do any traveling north of the border.  What you just described is considered RAPE in Canada.  Many have regrets in the morning daylight.
    Posted by theplaintruth[/QUOTE]

    THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO EXCUSE FOR RAPE! 

    But I have personally seen the drunken endevour behavior at night, only to have grave regret then next morning.  I knew a kid in college accused of rape, she admitted in court that it was concentual, that she was drunk, and only regretted it the next day.  Kid was already kick out of college and his reputation ruined.

    Regardless, this isn't going to turn out good for one of the parties....  If Ben did it, he is in a whole lot of trouble with the law, fiscally, and with the NFL.  If she is lying, she gets the money and his reputation is in doubt. 

    I personally don't like the guy and think he is completely over rated and put on an unusually high pedistal, but I don't wish this on anyone.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Specific details in the Roethlisberger sexual assualt case : THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO EXCUSE FOR RAPE!  But I have personally seen the drunken endevour behavior at night, only to have grave regret then next morning.  I knew a kid in college accused of rape, she admitted in court that it was concentual, that she was drunk, and only regretted it the next day.  Kid was already kick out of college and his reputation ruined. Regardless, this isn't going to turn out good for one of the parties....  If Ben did it, he is in a whole lot of trouble with the law, fiscally, and with the NFL.  If she is lying, she gets the money and his reputation is in doubt.  I personally don't like the guy and think he is completely over rated and put on an unusually high pedistal, but I don't wish this on anyone.
    Posted by OOLLYY[/QUOTE]

    The tale you just told happens far too often.  That's why I used to tell my only daughter "the time to start negotiations isn't after your panties are around your ankles" .  This may seem crude to some, but it kept her out of harms reach and me from being a grandfather until she turned 25 and married.  We may never actually know the truth, but you're right, this is going to end very bad for someone...
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Specific details in the Roethlisberger sexual assualt case : Unfortunately that is not always true. There have been numerous cases where someone has done time for crimes (such as rape) which they did not commit. All I was saying is it's possible his lawyer might advise him to pay up even though he did not do it. For purely financial and reputational reasons. In a civil case they don't need proof "beyond a reasonable doubt", but judge on a preponderance of evidence". It is much easier to lose a case like this than if it was a criminal rape trial. If it did indeed go down like she claims I agree, he is a scumbag. And it will be a shame he won't have to go to jail for it (and have roommates who won't be flagged for "roughing the QB"!!!), and will only lose a chunk of cash, however substantial. But paying off a plaintiff and pleading guilty to a criminal charge are different, IMO. Not saying that he didn't do it if he does indeed settle, just not that I'd be convinced enough on that alone to convict him in a criminal court. I do concur with you 100% though that if it were me I'd want to go to court to exonerate myself if I were innocent. But people in Ben's situation often choose the other route, and though it suggests guilt, I'd still not be 100% sure.
    Posted by bubthegrub2[/QUOTE]

    Bub,
    I agree about the settlement for practical reasons.  I agree with Killa about your name and what it represents being a priceless commodity.  However, for the Big Ben and his legal team, the time for "number crunching" is past.  Now it's a public proceeding.  Money could've exchanged hands and we'd probably know nothing.  The media's already proven that.  Look on all the sports news sites, the only reporting is on the Nevada authorities not pursuing criminal charges (YET)...
    Oh, by the way, that "roughing the QB" comment is going down on the all time list.  I chose fuscha because of that comment...
     
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    Exactly Truth, most women dont know their attackers, they are r aped walking their dog in the middle of teh night or by some jerk who followed her home. But this was not the case she was (if true) r aped by a celeberty who was "good friends" with the owner of the casino she worked in. Anyone who saw any of the other recent celeb r ape cases as I am sure she saw would know the kind of things that are said about teh victim in those cases so thats a factor as well. I mean she went to someone and their response was "you should feel honored to have had sex with Big Ben" I mean really? who the h ell says that to a girl who just said she was r aped?


    Put it in another light, if a 15 year old girl was r aped by say her fathers boss and then he told her if she said anything he would fire her dad and so she didnt say anything till a year later would you all be so quick to call her a liar? Stuff happens, so she should have reported it sooner that does not mean she made it up.
     
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    [QUOTE]Exactly Truth, most women dont know their attackers, they are r aped walking their dog in the middle of teh night or by some jerk who followed her home. But this was not the case she was (if true) r aped by a celeberty who was "good friends" with the owner of the casino she worked in. Anyone who saw any of the other recent celeb r ape cases as I am sure she saw would know the kind of things that are said about teh victim in those cases so thats a factor as well. I mean she went to someone and their response was "you should feel honored to have had sex with Big Ben" I mean really? who the h ell says that to a girl who just said she was r aped? Put it in another light, if a 15 year old girl was r aped by say her fathers boss and then he told her if she said anything he would fire her dad and so she didnt say anything till a year later would you all be so quick to call her a liar? Stuff happens, so she should have reported it sooner that does not mean she made it up.
    Posted by MVPkilla[/QUOTE]

    BINGO, you nailed it!!!
     
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    [QUOTE]OOLLYY:  That picture is just wrong!  I'm fairly certain that showing such pictures to terror detainees is now illegal.  
    Posted by carawaydj[/QUOTE]

    They should hire that woman at the CIA and when they capture Bin Laden have her sit on his face for a couple hours!!!
     
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    Why civil and not criminal? Easy.

    Rapistburger in jail doesn't erase what happened. Going with criminal charges requires a greater burden of proof. Getting huge money makes life easier for her and her kid, and is tangible, while still completely trashing this guy's career if this is found to be true.

    You can bet this will end like the Kobe case (completely screwed up by the authorities btw). Rapistburger will cough up big money and make her shut up forever as a condition.



     
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    If he pays her hush money its because he did it and he is a r apist.
     
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    2. She seemingly 'causually' conversed with him about cameras after the fact? Hmmm. Don't know about other women but if some ****head tried or succeeded in assaulting me, I'd be screaming and clawing my way out of the room, yelling for help the entire time. I sure as hell wouldn't just linger and talk to the ****ing dirt bag.

    This part seemed fishy to me, too. I can understand if a guy has a gun or a knife and is threatening the woman how she may hold her temper. But there is no mention of any blatant threat, only a suggested one. I suppose it's possible, but these actions do not suggest she was that upset about the ordeal, at least immediately afterwards.

    This sounds like she had concensual sex (albiet after a little convincing), and after months of unreturned phone calls, and no more "be quiet checks" she has decided to try to get something out of it...

    This looks like it could be a possibility, too.

    You have to put it all out in front of you before you judge. I mean if your kid or sister or whom ever got r aped and then was todl she should feel honored for having had sex with so and so celeberty and maybe even told if she tells anyon her "story" that maybe she gets fired and maybe she never works in thsi town again and then this sister or mother or whatever keeps her mouth shut and suffers silently for a year before finaly tellign someone are you tellign me you would understand at all? I mean I get it I would have some doubts too but i mean that sounds pretty understandable. If she can prove that the Casino tried to shut her up or cover this up then i think that is a pretty good excuse for why it took her so long to come forward. And from the details I have read it deffently sounds like there was a cover up.

    To begin with, while I understand your point about if it were your sister, in order to be objective you cannot look at it that way. If it were my sister I wouldn't be speculating over the case, or blogging about it. I'd have a .357 fully loaded and be out hunting down the SOB! If her story is true, that gives creedence to her reluctance to pursue this sooner, although if it were me I'd still have gone to the police (if only to have a complaint on record). If she made the whole thing up it is certainly a well thought out plan, and would belie her claims of mental instability. We also need to exercise caution when trying to evaluate what has been put forth in the media. We all know that they never give us everything they know, or have heard. But I agree the perception of her employers planning a coverup is a somewhat valid explanation for her delay. It may be hard for her to prove, though, if all those involved can keep their stories straight. She may need to find one person who is willing to "blow the whistle" on these guys (and if her story is true I sincerely hope she does find one). Of course, that person will be dissected by the defense trying to show they had some other grievance with the casino. This is where these things indeed can get very ugly for more than just the involved parties.

    THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO EXCUSE FOR RAPE! 

    But I have personally seen the drunken endevour behavior at night, only to have grave regret then next morning.  I knew a kid in college accused of rape, she admitted in court that it was concentual, that she was drunk, and only regretted it the next day.  Kid was already kick out of college and his reputation ruined.

    Sadly, this type of thing happens all the time. In such a scenario I feel sorry for the guy, who in most cases would not have gone through with it were she to show some objection during the act. There is such a thin line sometimes, and especially when liquor is involved. I think if I were "playing the field" still I'd want to have a standard "form of consent" handy and get it signed before whipping it out!!! And you're right...true or false this incident will follow Ben around the rest of his days. No matter the outcome there will always be those who will look upon him as a scumbag, as well as there will always be those who look upon her as a gold digger. It truly is a no-win situation.

    Oh, by the way, that "roughing the QB" comment is going down on the all time list.  I chose fuscha because of that comment...

    Happy to give you a good laugh in the midst of a sorry situation! In the Nevada state pen "Bubba" wouldn't get 15 yards, but Ben might get 15 inches...going "backwards"!!!

    Put it in another light, if a 15 year old girl was r aped by say her fathers boss and then he told her if she said anything he would fire her dad and so she didnt say anything till a year later would you all be so quick to call her a liar? Stuff happens, so she should have reported it sooner that does not mean she made it up.


    That I see as being more plausible than this case. A young girl like that would be more ashamed, and more easily manipulated by her attacker. But I'm not discounting McNulty's claim, either. It simply is a bit harder to believe, especially when there was no attempt to file a criminal complaint and only a civil action is concerned (the "money" factor). And for whoever said it seems more "beleivable" due to the fact that it was only for $390K, that's just the amount for financial "hardship" (i.e. doctor bills, missed work, etc.). They are also seeking "unspecified" punitive damages, and that will probably run into seven figures easily!
     
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    I dont know Bub the more I read about this the more its seems like she is telling the truth. And with Ben's history as being a party boy who treats girls like trash (as posted by a Pittsberg native) its not too hard to see him making the jumo to r aping a girl.
     
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    jfaust1954-There's a much better full summary of everything involved that was posted by jbolted.It's under the title "allegheny allegations".
     
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    [QUOTE]If her story is true, then she should have immediately reported it to the authorities. By waiting over a year she is giving the impression of being a gold digger. Now it turns into a battle of he said/she said, and after so much time how can anyone be sure that any witnesses have a clear memory of the incident?I could understand (maybe) if it were a few days, and she was either ashamed or in fear for her job before reporting this. But a year? I do think if her story is true Ben should go to jail for a long time. But I think it more likely that either she has lost her job there, or is finding herself in financial difficulty (aren't a lot of us in this time?) and is trying to make a score. We all know a high priced lawyer (such as a guy making millions will undoubtedly hire) will be able to dig up enough dirt on her to make this a three ring circus. If it's true I feel sorry for her, but it will be her fault if it comes to naught because she didn't have the sense to report it in a timely matter. In any case, let's hope it's enough of a distraction to Ben to cause the Steelers to fall from their championship! Hey...maybe she's a Cardinals fan!!!!
    Posted by bubthegrub2[/QUOTE]


    Well BUB, she is sorry that she didn't live up to your rules of IMMEDIATE reprisal.... Lucky for her the LAW allows her the time, though it surely makes proof more difficult.
     
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    [QUOTE]This case gets even more bizarre. If this is true, then Big Ben might have a "fatal attraction" type going after him: Bizarre Twist in Roethlisberger Assault Case Posted Jul 21st 2009 10:24AM by  TMZ Staff Sources connected to the  Ben Roethlisberge r sexual assault case claim the psychiatric care the accuser says she's under has nothing to do with Ben .... it has to do with a relationship she had with a man who never existed . Andrea McNulty  has sued Roethlisberger, the  Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl  champ, claiming  he sexually assaulted  her in July 2008. Sources tell us Roethlisberger and McNulty had a sexual liaison at the time but Ben insists it was purely consensual. We're told the two knew each other because Ben had stayed at  Harrah's  in  Lake Tahoe over the last several years for golf tournaments -- and she worked at the hotel. Sources connected with the case tell us a former co-worker of McNulty's at Harrah's came forward with this incredible story -- that around the time McNulty hooked up with Roethlisberger, she was allegedly involved with a married man. The man's wife, we're told, created an email account, posing as a U.S. soldier in Iraq. The wife began corresponding with McNulty to gain information. We're told the former co-worker has said McNulty fell in love with the fictitious soldier and began telling people she was engaged to him. When the wife stopped the correspondence, McNulty then began telling people the soldier was killed in action. We're told McNulty told at least one co-worker she began seeing a psychiatrist because of the phantom soldier. We tried repeatedly getting in touch with McNulty. So far we have been unable to reach her.
    Posted by CarveMaster[/QUOTE]

    Why has no one responded to this post & alleged new angle???

    I don't like BR nor think he's the smartest thing since sliced bread!  I can see BR getting hammered & not remembering the incident at all, but if this wife of the guy the woman was cheating with comes forward & the evidence shows that this all happened, then BR will be exonerated!  Then the swist is that the hotel was actually trying to save her from doing something that would end up just humiliating herself.

    Also some other things...those pictures of BR drunk show no ugly women compared to this lady!

    And lastly...IF BR is found to be guilty of rape...Just like the whole spygate thing & everyone asking for the SB to be taken away...should Pittsburgs SB win be taken away?  If he did this, then he shouldn't have been able to play all season or in the SB!
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Specific details in the Roethlisberger sexual assualt case : Why has no one responded to this post & alleged new angle??? I don't like BR nor think he's the smartest thing since sliced bread!  I can see BR getting hammered & not remembering the incident at all, but if this wife of the guy the woman was cheating with comes forward & the evidence shows that this all happened, then BR will be exonerated!  Then the swist is that the hotel was actually trying to save her from doing something that would end up just humiliating herself. Also some other things...those pictures of BR drunk show no ugly women compared to this lady! And lastly...IF BR is found to be guilty of rape...Just like the whole spygate thing & everyone asking for the SB to be taken away...should Pittsburgs SB win be taken away?  If he did this, then he shouldn't have been able to play all season or in the SB!
    Posted by mrtm70[/QUOTE]

    I was wondering about no responses too. Probably because if it is true that this woman is a total wacko, it will take all the fun out of bashing Big Ben.

    This is going to get ugly real fast. If this women has no proof, other than her side of the story, that Ben forced himself on her, then God help her in court. Ben is wealthy enough to afford the best legal team, and they will leave no stone unturned concerning this women's past.

    The only thing that may destroy his career would be criminal charges, and the Reno DA stated they won't be issued. Even if Ben claims he didn't do it, but settles out of court because it is cheaper, Americans have a very short memory. By next season no one will be talking about it. Look at all the crapola Uncle Ted has pulled in his life, yet he keeps getting re-elected to the U.S. Senate for Christ's sake.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Specific details in the Roethlisberger sexual assualt case : Why has no one responded to this post & alleged new angle??? I don't like BR nor think he's the smartest thing since sliced bread!  I can see BR getting hammered & not remembering the incident at all, but if this wife of the guy the woman was cheating with comes forward & the evidence shows that this all happened, then BR will be exonerated!  Then the swist is that the hotel was actually trying to save her from doing something that would end up just humiliating herself. Also some other things...those pictures of BR drunk show no ugly women compared to this lady! And lastly...IF BR is found to be guilty of rape...Just like the whole spygate thing & everyone asking for the SB to be taken away...should Pittsburgs SB win be taken away?  If he did this, then he shouldn't have been able to play all season or in the SB!
    Posted by mrtm70[/QUOTE]

    Yeah, TMZ. It is like ESPN only less trustworthy.

    So, if you feel the Pittsburgh win should be taken away because Ben is now being accused, why don't we, as Patriot fans, sin a petition stating that Eli Manning robbed several banks right before the SB. Then, they would have to make the Giants give up the SB win and the Pats would have a perfect season.

    Stop thinking. It hurts me when you think.
     
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    The other odd thing:

    Nevada has no statute of limitations on filing a criminal complaint of rape. Even if this women claimed she was too embarrassed to file the criminal complaint when the alleged action happened, nothing is stopping her now. Yet, her attorney stated today that she has no intention of talking with the DA. But somehow she is NOT embarrassed to file a large civil complaint in front of the world wide press.

    Odd. Very, very odd. Maybe she is afraid that by talking to police detectives, they might just ask too many questions that will negate her side of the story?
     
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    CarveMaster,
    I believe her attorney stated she has no intention of making any sort of statement at this time.  He further stated that he didn't want this case tried in the media.  I believe that based on the actions of the defendants (stealing evidence etc...) that under the rules of the court, both parties must be able to review each others evidence (except rebuttal witnesses).  During disclosure she can request that these items be submitted to the court.  If they fail to produce them they can be jailed or fined for contempt.  After winning the civil case the Nevada authorities would be compelled to pursue criminal charges on their own or armed with that victory she may do so herself.  With minimal evidence, a criminal case is difficult to prove.  In civil court, she must only prove that "it's more likely than not" that he did perpetrate the crime.  I don't know what in your life has formed your opinion, but everything she's done in this case is "textbook".  Everything they've done is also "textbook"... Trash the plaintiff (victim) and do everything to make her look bad.  That's fine, but that's what the judicial system is for.  Regardless, someone's life has been drastically changed by the events of that night in July 2008, and another's life is about to...

     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Specific details in the Roethlisberger sexual assualt case : Yeah, TMZ. It is like ESPN only less trustworthy. So, if you feel the Pittsburgh win should be taken away because Ben is now being accused, why don't we, as Patriot fans, sin a petition stating that Eli Manning robbed several banks right before the SB. Then, they would have to make the Giants give up the SB win and the Pats would have a perfect season. Stop thinking. It hurts me when you think.
    Posted by EnochRoot[/QUOTE]

    I don't see any connection with your Eli Manning example and BR situation or agree with you saying that my thoughts are hurting your head!

    IF BR is found guilty of this accusation as well as the hotel is found guilty of obstruction of justice by doing what they could have done to postphone an investigation or from having this accusation come out to the public until now, THEN the reality is that this accusation WOULD HAVE been filed before or during last years season, which in turn would have had a huge effect on the Steelers season, especially with BR NOT playing for the Steelers during their Superbowl run.

    THAT is what I'm asking thoughts about...BR & the Hotel being found guilty of this and would it bring up questions about their SB winning season?
     
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    Just as in golf, play it as it lies.  There are no "mullilgans".  If you take that scenerio, there could be countless others.  What about people on the teams of the other previous SB winning teams?  Terry Bradshaw and Mike Webster for instance, do we take away those 4 SB trophies?  As much as I'd like to, professional sports doesn't do the "retroactive"  punishment thing. 

    However, what you say does have merit.  Your argument is logical and technically correct, but it simply won't go down that way.  If this were high school, college, olympics, they would hand down retroactive sanctions.  FSU is about to have 14 wins erased from their record due to a cheating scandal...
     
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    Maybe no one responded to that post because it has not been reported anywhere else except in that post. I have not seen that story on any of teh web site i have been to so clearly that story is either false or has been proven wrong because it not being reported so none of responded because it seemed like a false story and still does.
     
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    "ticking time bomb's" response to allegations:

    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=4350996

     
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    ttb's press conference:

    http://www.cbssports.com/video/player/play/videos/Bd9W7oHUSyFX3OrJaaZK5DJcCp0EkQIe?source=videobox_other

     
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