'My dress was around my neck and my body was covered in lube': Ex-girlfriend of Derrick Rose speaks out after filing $21.5m suit alleging she was drugged and gang raped by NBA star
- The ex-girlfriend of Derrick Rose is speaking out about her $21.5million lawsuit against the NBA star
- The alleged victim, 30, claims that Rose and his friends Randall Hampton and Ryan Allen drugged her on August 26, 2013 at her Beverly Hills home
- In court papers, she claims to have gone home and passed out, at which point she alleges Rose and the men broke in and gang raped her
- The alleged victims claim she woke up the next morning covered in lube with her dress around her head and sore in the genital area
- She did not go to police to report the rape for two years out of shame, she claims
- Rose's attorney claims she is trying to extort the basketball player and pointed out that no criminal charges have been filed against his client
- The trial will begin next month on the first day of pre-season play for Rose's new team, the New York Knicks
The former girlfriend of Derrick Rose, who has filed a $21.5million lawsuit against the NBA star alleging that he and two of his friends drugged her and then broke into her apartment to gang rape her, is speaking out in a new interview.
The 30-year-old woman, who is a currently a college student, described the scene when she woke up the morning after the alleged sexual assault, which occurred on August 27, 2013 after a night spent at Rose's Beverly Hills home with the basketball player and his friends Randall Hampton and Ryan Allen.
'As soon as I woke up, I was dressed, I had my dress on from the previous night and I never go to sleep with what I'm wearing. I always prepare myself first to go to sleep,' said Jane Doe.
'So I had the dress and it was up on my neck and I felt very wet and slippery. There was lubricant all over my bed and on my legs. Everything was tossed in my bed. There was a condom wrapper and a closed one not used.'
She then added: 'That was just shocking to see all that, almost like I didn't want to believe it.'
Attorneys for Rose argue in court papers filed in the Superior Court of California that sex between the two was consensual.
Rose, 27, has not been charged with any crime at this time as a result of the alleged assault.
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Legal troubles: The ex-girlfriend of Derrick Rose (above in June) is speaking out about her $21.5million lawsuit against the NBA star
Shocking details: the woman described the scene in her bedroom the day after the alleged gang rape in court papers (above)
In her initial complaint, which was filed in August 2015, the alleged victim said that she and Rose had been dating for two years prior to the alleged assault.
The pair met 'at a party he hosted which she was invited to by mutual friends' in October 2011 during the NBA lockout, and soon after 'Rose invited Jane to dinner at his agent's house.'
The alleged victim claims in court papers that soon after the two started dating Rose gave her a laptop and 'started asking Jane to perform masturbatory acts while on Skype, which made her comfortable.'
She said in her court filing that when she told Rose she did not feel want to participate in these acts he 'would get upset and berate her for refusing.'
Then, Rose allegedly began to ask if they could 'involve others in their sex life, in particular, strippers and other couples.'
The alleged victim claims that she 'justified these requests' believing that 'the sex they had was unsatisfactory and not exciting for Rose because she had hangups and was relatively less sexually expressive than most.'
One of these requests to have a couple join the two allegedly came in June of 2013 when Rose texted the alleged victim after flying into Los Angeles.
According to the alleged victim's complaint, Rose said to her: 'Come over her and join me my guy Randall [Hampton] and his chick. But I mean let's all do something ... I need that.'
The alleged victim said she refused this request, but continued to keep in contact with Rose.
She also claims that soon after she learned from a friend that 'Defendant Rose and Defendant Hampton tried to simultaneously have sex with another woman who was incapacitated and did not desire to do so, but was able to escape.'
Rose allegedly grew tired however of the alleged victim not wanting to participate in group sex she claims in court papers, and texted her in July of 2013; 'We good but I'm not messing wit u like that anymore.'
Then, on August 26, 2013, Rose invited the alleged victim to his Beverly Hills home, where she arrived soon after with a friend.
She began drinking with the three defendants and alleges that is when they 'placed an unknown drug' in her drink.
Soon after, the alleged victim claims she 'began picking up burning gemstones from a fireplace and tossing them,' not noticing the heat and the damage that was being done to her hands despite her friend's pleas for her to stop.
Her friend was not drugged according to court papers, and at one point in the evening Allen allegedly said to the woman: 'F*** talking, take your clothes off.'
When she refused, he began yelling: 'What are you here for then' and told her to 'get the f*** out.'
The friend refused to leave however without the alleged victim and the pair split a cab home.
Defendants: The alleged victim, 30, claims that Rose and his friend Randall Hampton (above) and Ray Allen drugged her on August 26, 2013 at his Beverly Hills home
The alleged victim claims that 'she threw up in the bathroom and could barely make it to her bed, lying down with her clothes and shoes still on.'
It was soon after this she claims that Rose and the other two defendants entered her apartment.
The alleged victim has few memories of what happened next, but claims she said to the men: 'Why are you guys in here, where's my roommate?'
In her complaint she states that she then recalls 'Rose walking towards her bed, lifting her dress and penetrating her.'
At another point during the night she 'remembers Rose lying by her side close to her face while the other two guys were having sex with her simultaneously.'
The final memory she had was of 'Hampton pinning her arms down on either side of her head while she was on her back and feeling as if she could not breathe because of his weight on top of her.'
The men then rushed out of the apartment soon after according to the complaint, though the alleged victim claims that her roommate returned home at some point to find one of the men in their living room.
That man allegedly tried to force his way into her bedroom but she was able to slam shut the door.
A month later, the alleged victim claims that Allen called her and said that he 'was not aware that Jane was drugged that night.'
He then said of Rose and Hampton, according to the alleged victim' complaint: ''This is what they do all the time, especially when they are in LA: the girls in LA ask them to have group sex with them because they recognize them as NBA players.'
The three men are now set to face off with the alleged victim in court on October 4, the same day that Rose is set to start preseason play with his new team, the New York Knicks.
It is also his birthday.
His lawyer's are trying to make the alleged victim's identity public, something she does not want to do since she has not told any of her family members about the incident or her lawsuit.
'They already have very traditional cultural expectations of me,' said the woman, who is of Mexican descent.
Shocking admission: In court papers the alleged victim claims that Allen (above) told her he was not aware she was drugged when the incident occurred
Her attorney meanwhile is accusing Rose and his legal team of using a 'campaign of harassment' against his client.
'It's been very aggressive. There have been threats to leak her name to the public, attempts to depose her parents, who they know very well have no knowledge of this,' said Brandon Anand.
Rose's attorney, Mark Baute, responded to the initial complaint by stating in court papers: 'This is not a rape case. It's pure and simple extortion by a plaintiff who wants to hide behind the cloak of anonymity while seeking millions in damages from a celebrity with whom she was in a long-term, nonexclusive consensual sexual relationship.'
In response to the alleged victim's latest comment he said: 'The salacious allegations of a woman who is now on a media tour — who also claims to not remember much from that night — do not change what transpired that evening, which was consensual intercourse between Mr. Rose and the plaintiff.'
Rose has said in court papers that the woman was alert during and after they had sex, and even cleaned the room when they were finished having relations.
His legal team state that the alleged victim only went to police after failing' at multiple attempts to get money from Mr. Rose.'
It is not clear if Rose's legal team are also representing Hampton and Allen in the suit, who both played basketball in their youth and teenage years but never made it to the NBA.
Among the nine causes of action for which the alleged victim is seeking monetary relief are sexual battery, battery, trespassing, conspiracy to trespass and gender violence.
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