TAMPA, Fla .– The Uber driver, who accused Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston of attacking her, released a statement by her attorney, John Clune, who acknowledges the work of the NFL during his seven-month investigation finally led to three (19659002) "I'm glad to see the NFL discipline Jameis Winston, I appreciate his apology, even if she needs some work," she said Friday.
"I would like to publicize the NFL investigators, especially Lisa Friel and John Iannarelli, for their friendly, professional and thorough investigation.
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"My experience should emphasize the importance of believing in women when you have the courage to comment on sexual assault. Maybe this night could have been prevented if someone else had believed me.
"Mr. Winston once said," Girls should be quiet, polite and gentle. "I disagree.
" # MeToo "
Clune also revealed that Winston's former teammate Ronald Darby was out Florida, who came to Winston's defense when the allegations surfaced in November 2017, told the league something different when he claimed that he was in the car at the time of the incident with Winston.
"We understand that Ron Darby's statement in the league was that he no longer remembered the Uber ride in question and that his text messages showed he was still out. The international club as Winston finished the ride, "said Clune.
In a statement On Thursday, the NFL said Winston violated the League's personal behavior "by touching the driver in an inappropriate and sexual manner without their consent. The League began its investigation in November 2017, when the woman, who identified herself as "Kate", told Buzzfeed that Winston reached and grabbed her lap while waiting for a transit in March 2016 in S Cottsdale, Arizona.