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Old 01-09-13, 09:30 AM
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If Only The Spurs Had Signed Andray Blatche

When I first saw the headline on hoopshype, I immediately thought somehow I bet Blatche is involved in this. Now He is NOT being charged, it's just that this took place in his hotel suite

Way to make Brooklyn proud!Nets forward Andray Blatche found himself embroiled in a scandal after a night out on the town in Philadelphia ended with a 21-year-old woman calling cops to his hotel suite early yesterday — saying she had been sexually assaulted by at least one of his pals.

Sources said the woman, a stripper at a Philly club where Blatche, 26, and a handful of friends were celebrating his contract being guaranteed through the end of the season, followed the group back to the Four Seasons hotel suite along with two other exotic dancers.

A source at the strip club said the group was the last to leave and all were all very drunk.
The accuser told cops she was sexually assaulted at around 3:30 a.m.

Blatche was questioned by police early yesterday and released, after which he tweeted, “I’m ok and I didn’t do anything jus was n the area when it happened.” He later pulled down the tweet.
Philadelphia’s police commissioner, speaking to The New York Times, cast doubt on the woman’s credibility.

“She was so intoxicated,” Commissioner Charles Ramsey told the paper. “She is not going to be a very good witness. From all accounts, [Blatche] was not personally involved . . . He was there, but he was not involved.”

But a local TV news station painted a different picture.
Cops allegedly found date-rape drugs in the suite and compromising photos of the victim on Blatche’s cellphone, ABC-6 Philadelphia reported.

Last night, cops were still interviewing two people who were in the suite at the time of the alleged assault, sources told The Post. Four others — including Blatche — had been released.
“It really is a case of being with the wrong friends in the wrong place,” an NBA source told The Post.

The complete story is here
Since you can't fix stupid, at least you should be able to prosecute it!
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