Lawyer: Brandon Underwood 'will be vindicated'
Brandon Underwood’s attorney says that his client will be cleared and not charged of any crimes stemming from the police investigation into an alleged sexual assault by the Green Bay Packers cornerback.
Two Milwaukee women accused Underwood of sexual assault stemming from an incident early Saturday in the Wisconsin resort town of Lake Delton.
“When the dust settles, Brandon will be vindicated,” said his attorney Richard Kaiser, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Kaiser bases his opinion on information from Lake Delton Police Chief Tom Dorner, who has indicated that the stories given by the women involved have changed. Underwood claims that all contact he had with the women was consensual. Dorner is expected to hand over his findings to the district attorney today and a decision could be announced by Friday. Per the report, Dorner made no recommendation for charges to the district attorney, based on the evidence. The women said they were attacked by several men and then changed their story to focus solely on Underwood.
Some reports have indicated that Underwood could face prostitution charges, but if that is the case, the women would likely also be facing charges. Dorner told the Journal Sentinel he was not aware of any possible “municipal charges” that Underwood could face. He met the women at Cruisin’ Chubby’s a strip club in the Wisconsin Dells.
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