Dallas Cowboy Victim's Hospital Records Confirm Rape
An official familiar with the case of the woman who says she was raped by Dallas Cowboys Michael Irvin and Erik Williams told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram that she had bruises consistent with rape. The doctors who examined her found bruises on the woman's back and thighs and found "vaginal bruising that's not consistent with voluntary sex." Police are still investigating the allegations
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