Woman Who Accused Jameis Winston Of Alleged Rape Didn't Want To Press Charges Against Him
According to a report, the woman changed her mind and went AWOL on investigators.
Back in December 2012, the sexual battery investigation came to a halt when the woman decided not to press any charges against Winston, after making the shocking claims against him.
In a email, Favors Thompson said the Tallahassee Police Department followed up on the case referred to it by Florida State University police, "against FSU football Jameis Winston" by a woman who indicated she was intoxicated at a local bar and was taken advantage of while impaired. TPD indicated an investigation and began to interview witnesses and compile details on the case, but stopped get responses from the woman and could no longer contact her.
Shortly thereafter a representivity of the young woman's family, who is an attorney, contacted TPD and said that the young woman had changed her mind and didn't wish to prosecute.
Once media news sites........ TMZ.... started snooping around and digging up the dirt on the case, again the young woman made it known that she didn't wish to press charges against Winston.
Citing Florida's Rape Shield Law, the attorney, for the young woman, asked that no information pertaining to the investigation or to her client be released to the media. She also requested that a full copy of the police report as well as copies of all medical and blood toxicology screenings records or results.
"To be clear, the victim in the above reference case is represented by counsel and does not wish to be contacted by anyone other than through counsel," her attorney said.
Now the question is.. WHY IS THE CASE STILL BEING INVESTIGATED.... if the young woman doesn't wish to press charges?
According TPD spokesperson David Northway, "Someone integrally involved has [to have] given us new piece of information. It has to be someone involved in the case [who] provides a lead reactivated it."
A new report is out claiming that the rape victim was threaten by TPD that if she processed with the investigation, her life would be miserable.