Derrick Rose Not Liable in Sexual Assault Case

Oct 20, 2016 at 5:38 pm |
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Good day for the Knicks

Derrick Rose wins on the court and in the courtroom. The Knicks guard had allegedly gang raped a woman and has been on trial for the crime over the last couple of weeks. Rose was accused of sexual battery, battery, and trespassing back in 2013. The jury ruled on Wednesday, October 19th, that he and the two other men involved, Ryan Allen and Randall Hampton, are not liable for damages. Rose admitted to his sexual relations with the woman but said that it was consensual. The woman argued that she was not in the right state of mind to give her consent. Find out more details of the case.

Derrick Rose #1 of the Chicago Bulls looks on during a game against the New York Knicks

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NBA star, Derrick Rose receives a positive ruling on Wednesday after being accused of sexual assault in 2013.

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