Sex cam no charge
The statements were part of an investigative file released Thursday.
When asked whether those were also football players, he said that was a "good bet."Two of Winston's teammates backed his story in statements they gave last month to an investigator for Jansen.After that, the accuser said she remembers the suspect dressing her, putting her on a scooter and dropping her off at an intersection, but she had no idea where the alleged rape occurred."Her recall of the events of that night have been moving around quite a bit," Meggs said.Meggs described the accuser as being as forthcoming as she could be but that she did want to protect "herself, her family, her own name," which he said is not uncommon in sexual assault investigations.Earlier, Meggs was asked whether Winston, possibly the most identifiable player in college football this year, received preferential treatment in the case."We try to treat everyone fairly, and I think we have a track record of doing that," he said.Meggs wouldn't say whether his decision was a vindication for Winston, saying he would "leave that to you all after you review the facts."He did reveal some new information, saying that while Winston's DNA was present in the sexual assault kit, the DNA of another male was also found, complicating the investigation.Once at the apartment, the teammates said they peeked through Winston's bedroom door and saw the woman having sex with the quarterback.At one point, Casher said, he "busted into the room to embarrass Jameis" and the woman yelled at him to "get out."In a later interview with police, Casher changed this part of his story, saying he went into the room because he hoped the woman would also have sex with him, something he said had happened in the past when he and Winston brought a woman to the apartment.The accuser's lack of recall proved to be another critical aspect in the state's decision not to move forward, Meggs said.Meggs said he didn't think prosecutors could put the accuser on the stand and "count on her to prove elements of a crime."After praising Meggs for his investigation, Jansen said he wished Meggs had spoken about the affidavits from witnesses who refuted the accuser's claims. Elizabeth Armijo said Antonio Dominguez entered his plea on a second-degree criminal sexual penetration charge earlier this month.Police arrested Dominguez last September after they say he pulled up to a woman standing outside the Downs Casino looking for a ride home.