it aint even got to be as far as injuries. ive just never known r*pe and s3x to be interchangeable. i would a.ssume a woman being r*ped wouldnt refer to the guy as having s3x with him. idk i mean im not defending anyone, its just the police report posted seems sketchy to say the least. like what do you imagine happening during a r*pe, even a none violent one, youd think shed say something like how he was able to get enough clothing off her, or something about grabbing , pinning her arms back, he didnt begin trying to kiss her or he went for broke, was she f!ghting? i mean it just raises more questions then it answered. you know she tries to get away, but she just went into a bathroom, did he force her into the bathroom once she realized it was a dead end. wtf.
when dude is saying obscene s3xual things to them, early in the night, why would she be alone with the guy. what was she doing sitting there waiting. waiting for what. why would you be escorted into another room and wait there to be r*ped. well a hallway to be exact, then she went into a more private room, brilliant move if you feel your going to be r*ped, or was she trying to f**k, she says dude walked out and didnt say s**t, was her feelings hurt. you just never know.
the police report sets up a scenario, the way i read it, to make him to be a bad guy from the get go, yet she put herself in that position, throughout the whole night, the whole f**king night. is she that naive, or are we.
If she was s3xually a.ssaulted, I can understand her not being willing to trudge through every single detail. You can't a.ssume a calm, rational reaction to that. She may have resisted, she may not have resisted, it can be s3xual a.ssault either way. She was drunk, so she might have been incapable of resisting, and that also explains why she might have been confused about the exit, and how she could be lead around by the bodyguard. It would certainly make a better case if he had to be more violent, and therefore left more evidence, but that's part of why it's not going to trial, it can't be proven beyond a reasonable doubt.
As for why she was still around, I'm sure as a college coed, she's used to guys being obscene a**holes, and this particular guy was famous, giving her attention, and buying her drinks. There is a some distance between thinking a guy is an a.ss, and seriously considering that he might a.ssault you, especially when you throw alcohol impaired judgment into the mix. Bad decision on her part to stick around? Yes. Doesn't mean she couldn't have been s3xually a.ssaulted.
I can't say beyond a doubt she was, and that's why he wasn't charged, but all of the details, including her statements, her friends' statements, the police misconduct, the erased surveillance, and info about other incidents involving Roethlisberger, definitely make me lean toward him having a.ssaulted her. These claims seem a lot more believable to me than some of the cases like this, like when that lawsuit from before first came out again him.