TALLAHASSEE — The woman accusing Jameis Winston of sexual assault said the Florida State quarterback dressed her, placed her on a scooter and dropped her off after the alleged assault occurred, according to a probable cause statement made public Thursday.
The statement signed Jan. 16 describes in detail police officers' version of the complainant's initial account of a Dec. 7, 2012, sexual battery.
Later in January, the complainant identified Winston as the suspect. He is not named in the search warrant request seeking the woman's text messages from that night.
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The search warrant was signed by a Leon County judge.
In the probable-cause statement attached to a search-warrant request, Tallahassee Police Department Investigator Laura Gereg said the woman told police she and her friends were drinking at Potbelly's bar earlier that night and had about five or six shots. The woman said after her friends left the bar, she began to feel the effects of the alcohol and her memory became "very broken."
Police said the woman recalled getting into a taxi with a "non-descript" black male and entering a ground-floor apartment, at which point the man took off her clothes and raped her as she tried to fight him off.
The search-warrant request said at some point the woman told police a black man with dreadlocks came into the room and told the man to stop, but the suspect led her into a bathroom where he "completed the act."
"Her next memory is the suspect dressing her then putting her on a black scooter," the affidavit for the search warrant said. "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."
Willie Meggs is going to announce his decision on whether to charge Winston with sexual battery at 2 p.m.
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