Derrick Rose Says Rape Accuser Agreed To Group Sex

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Chicago Bulls Point Guard Derrick Rose is denying all rape accusations, which have been leveled at him by an unknown accuser.

The accuser filed a civil suit against Rose alleging in 2013, Rose and his two friends drugged her before gang-rapping her in her apartment. In new court documents filed September 24, Rose’s attorney claims “the plaintiff consented to all sexual interaction and was not injured at all, and did not report, show or claim any injuries to anyone.”

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The documents continue by saying the unknown victim became irate with the Bulls player after he didn’t answer text messages in a timely enough fashion.

The accuser “exchanged friendly texts with one or more co-defendants after the day in question and became upset several weeks or months thereafter, when she felt that the defendant was not responsive enough to her texts.”

A statement released by Rose’s lawyers back in August said the accuser participated in a “non-exclusive consensual, sexual relationship” with Rose for two years and called the allegations “outrageous” and a “desperate attempt to shake down the MVP.”

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During a Bulls press conference Monday, Rose continued to deny the allegations.

“I will be proven innocent, but at the same time it hasn’t affected anything. It’s not true,” Rose said. “I take it as motivation. I feel like the devil is just working.”