Bill Harrah is whirling dirvishly in his grave at this hour as more Ben Roethlisberger-related litigation has surfaced involving the Lake Tahoe hotel-casino. This time it doesn’t involve rape allegations, however.
A former worker at Harrah’s Cabo Wabo Cantina evidently carded a woman who was with Roethlisberger during the same week of the alleged Andrea McNulty assault. After Roethlisberger complained to Harrah’s-Tahoe president John Koster about it, the employee was fired. Big Ben is costing Harrah’s a lot of money and headaches lately, no? Read more…
Andrea McNulty, the woman who has sued Ben Roethlisberger for allegedly raping her last year, has had her credibility and motivations called into question many times since her lawsuit was filed in July. But now, in an attempt to make her seem both less crazy and less of a gold digger, she has offered to withdraw the lawsuit.
Oh, if it were only that simple. As you’ll see, McNulty’s “offer” may seem like a noble pursuit, but it stipulates that Big Ben do the one thing he’ll never, ever do. So, without further ado, here are the three conditions for having the lawsuit dropped:
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More supposed details are emerging in the Ben Roethlisberger sexual assault case in Nevada, and it’s not looking good for Andrea McNulty, the woman who claims that the Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback raped her in a Stateline hotel room in 2008 and is suing him in civil court. Of course we may never know the whole truth, but one thing is becoming abundantly clear: If McNulty is going to win this, she’s going to have to do it on her own.
In affidavits submitted to Washoe County Court in Reno by Roethlisberger’s attorneys, three Harrah’s Resort Casino co-workers whom have been named as defendants in the lawsuit have testified that they believe the sex between Roethlisberger and McNulty was consensual. Also, McNulty’s Facebook and e-mail accounts have been subpoenaed. As Adam wrote earlier, those emails are not going to help her case.
So all of you thought that today’s Ben Roethlisberger news wasn’t going to get any weirder, please stand in the corner silently. You do not get a cookie. According to TMZ, the woman who is accusing Roethlisberger of sexual assault has been under psychiatric care after having fallen in love with a soldier in Iraq who never existed. (That sound you hear is defense attorneys jumping into their cars and fleeing). But as the late Billy Mays was fond of saying, that’s not all!
Specifics of the complaint against the Steelers’ quarterback are now surfacing, thanks to NBC.com’s PRO FOOTBALL TALK. Andrea McNulty, the Harrah’s Lake Tahoe hotel employee who is charging Roethlisberger in the civil complaint, says that the two talked about fly fishing the day before he “forced himself” on her in his hotel room. Afterwards, Roethlisberger allegedly told her angrily, “If anyone asks you, you fixed my television. You fixed my television. Now go!” Read more…