Packers player accused of sexual assault
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that police are investigating a Green Bay Packers player in connection with an alleged sexual assult in Lake Delton in south central Wisconsin.
Per the report, police said seven Packers were in attendance at a condo party where two women have claimed the assault happened. Six Packers were interviewed by officials and released and authorities are focusing on a seventh player, who told officials the contact he had with the two women was consensual, per Sgt. Gerald Grimsled of the Lake Delton Police Department.
The Lake Delton Police Department would not name the suspect. The police did name the six players who were interviewed and are not believed to have taken part in the alleged assault: Clay Matthews, Matt Flynn, Khalil Jones, Josh Sitton, Korey Hall and Brad Jones.
"They were not involved in any way," Grimsled said.
So, any Packers player not named is a possibility.
"(The) seventh did have contact with the two females," Grimsled said. "We were pretty sure of that. Everybody was cooperative.
"It comes down to 'was it consensual sex?' One side says yes, the other says no."
The women, ages 33 and 31, met the players earlier that night in a bar, per the report. Police were called at 4:17 a.m to the condos at the Wilderness Resort Golf Cabins. The investigation determined that the seventh player and two women had spent time in a room together. Where the investigation leads, we’ll see.
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