Jameis Winston is one of the favorites for the Heisman Trophy. (Stacy Revere/Getty Images)
A search warrant affadavit issued for the cell phone records of the woman accusing Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston of sexual assault reveals details about her allegations that she was raped in an apartment after a night of drinking with friends.
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Fox Sports.com's Kevin Vaughan reports that the affidavit, which Fox Sports 1 obtained Thursday, says the victim contacted police within an hour of the alleged rape. At the time, the woman said she did not know her alleged attacker. She later identified Winston.
Winston has denied the allegations since they emerged publicly on Nov. 13. His attorney later said the sex was consensual.
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From Fox Sports:
The search warrant affidavit, obtained Thursday morning by FOX Sports 1, details her allegation that she was sexually assaulted by someone she did not know – and that she was so impaired that she was unable to tell a detective where the incident occurred. She told the detective that she was with friends who left and she had only hazy recollections of details after that...
“Her memory is very broken from that point forward,” a detective wrote in the document. “She remembers being in what she thinks is a cab” with a “non-descript” African-American man “in the back seat with her.”
“She then remembers entering an apartment on the ground floor (no other description available),” the detective wrote. “She remembers the male taking off her clothes then engaging in penile/vaginal sex with her as she told him to stop and tried to fight him off.”
...“At some point another black male with dreads came into the room and told him to stop,” the detective wrote. “The suspect led the victim into the bathroom and completed the act.
“Her next memory is the suspect dressing her then putting her on a black scooter. She told him where she lived and he dropped her off at the intersection of Call and stadium. The victim has no idea where the incident occurred.”