I had a dream I could buy my way to heaven…when I awoke I spent that on a necklace.Written by: Slim
Just a few pieces from the 537 page investigation record that has now become public.
-The alleged victim was wearing a nametag labeled “DTF” When asked, she said it stood for “down to f*ck.” Roethlisberger replied, “I’m not down to f*ck, but I like to f*ck girls.”
-According to her friend, both the girl and Roethlisberger were “noticeably intoxicated”. His bodyguards “dragged” the victim to the back, and he followed two minutes later. When her friends approached the bar manager to unlock the bathroom door, he told them “Ben’s an NFL quarterback, he won’t do anything to ruin his reputation.”
-The encounter lasted about ten minutes, beginning from when Roethlisberger entered the back area “with his p*nis already out of his pants.” The alleged victim repeatedly told him she didn’t want to have sex, but he kept reassuring her, as they had unprotected sex. She told her friends immediately after, and they reported it to the first police officer they saw.
-The alleged victim had met up with Roethlisberger earlier in the night at another bar, where he called her and her sorority sisters “a tease.” They ran into him again at Capital City, where the back room was roped off to everyone but Roethlisberger and “10 to 15 girls.” One of her friends told police afterwards that she thought the whole thing was a “set-up,” and that Roethlisberger had selected the alleged victim earlier in the evening.
-One of the girls in the group left the bar angrily after Roethlisberger purchased a round of drinks, saying “all my bit*hes, take some shots.”
-Roethlisberger’s bodyguards were deleting photos from people’s cameras and phones that depicted Roethlisberger drinking.
-When they got home, one of Roethlisberger’s friends asked him what had happened in the bathroom. Roethlisberger told him nothing had happened, and that they were just “messing around.” He said that she had slipped, and once he had helped her up, he told her they were not going to continue.
-On March 17, 12 days after the incident, a lawyer for the woman requested that the rape probe be dropped, because “a criminal trial would be a very intrusive experience.”