Thomas J. Eoannou, the attorney representing Patrick Kane's alleged rape victim, will make his first public statement on Sept. 23.

By Allan Muir
September 23, 2015

As reported by The Buffalo News, the attorney representing the woman who claims that she was raped by Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Kane held his scheduled press conference at 1 p.m. on Wednesday. 

This was the first public statement regarding the case that has been made by Thomas J. Eoannou. There alleged victim was not present.

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Local police and and the Erie County District Attorney’s office are continuing to investigate her allegations that she was raped by Kane on Aug. 2 at his home in suburban Buffalo. No charges have been filed against him.

Kane currently is in camp with the defending Stanley Cup champion Blackhawks preparing for the upcoming season.

More to come.

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