Bulls’ Derrick Rose says woman consented to group sex

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Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose says in a court filing that a woman accusing him of sexual battery consented to group sex and became upset because she felt she should be reimbursed for a sex toy.
The Sept. 24 filing is in response to a lawsuit filed by a woman identified as Jane Doe alleging Rose and two other men drugged and gang-raped her at her home. The case has been transferred to U.S. District Court, and a scheduling conference is set for Nov. 9.
An attorney for Rose also is accusing three of the plaintiff’s lawyers of making “extortionate and unprofessional demands” for payments by the point guard to the woman. Mark D. Baute made the allegation in a declaration in support of moving the suit to federal court.
The unidentified woman said in her lawsuit filed last month in Superior Court in Los Angeles that she dated Rose for approximately two years before their romantic relationship ended in July 2013 because “she would not have sex with his friend or other couples,” according to the suit.

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