Derrick Rose Claims Woman Accusing Him Of Rape Consented To Group Sex


New court documents reveal that Derrick Rose is denying that he was involved in a gang rape of an ex-girlfriend, USA Today reports. The Chicago Bulls player claims that the women consented to group sex with him and his manager Randall Hampton and a friend, Ryan Allen.

“The Plaintiff consented to sexual interaction with more than one co-defendant on more than one occasion, consented to sexual interactions on the day in question, and invited the defendants to her apartment and buzzed them in through security and opened the apartment door to welcome them, and then consented to additional group activities later that evening,” read a court filing on Rose’s behalf.

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The woman, referred to as Jane Doe, claims that shortly after ending a two-year relationship with Rose, she was invited to his Beverly Hills, CA home where she was allegedly drugged. She claims that after a friend helped her home, Rose, Allen and Hampton broke into her home and raped her. Court documents indicate that the woman “did not do any pregnancy tests or a rape kit because she was terribly ashamed and embarrassed. She kept thinking that this was ‘not supposed to happen.'”

The woman filed a lawsuit against Rose earlier this month in the Superior Court in Los Angeles.