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Saturday, October 25, 2014

Chris Casher affidavit: Jameis Winston accuser was ‘more than willing participant’

The signed affidavits from witnesses Chris Casher and Ronald Darby heavily support the notion that Jameis Winston did not sexually assault his accuser.

Casher, a defensive end on the Florida State football team, and Darby, a defensive back, both provided signed affidavits declaring their side of what they saw the night the woman says she was raped.

Both men said the accuser was not intoxicated. Both said the accuser appeared to be a willing participant. They both said that due to Winston’s door to his bedroom being broken, they could look inside the room and see what was going on.

Chris CasherIn his affidavit, Casher (pictured right) depicts the accuser as a jersey chaser who was interested in football players, followed them out of the club, virtually invited herself over to their place, and had sex with Jameis. He even says after they were done having sex, they were talking in a friendly manner.

You can read his affidavit below:

Chris Casher affidavit

Ronald DarbyIn his affidavit, Ronald Darby alleges many of the same things as Casher. Here’s what he said:

“It appeared that the female was pursuing Jameis.”

“The female followed us out of the club.”

“At no time did the girl ever indicate that she was not a willing participant.”

You can read his full affidavit below:

Ronald Darby affidavit

You can read the side of the story the alleged victim gave to police.

She claims she did not have much of a memory of what happened. She claims she tried to kick Winston off of her. She claims that her arms were pinned down. Obviously that’s a huge difference from what Casher and Darby stated in their affidavits.

The question is: which story do you believe?



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