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(Mods move this if you like but it has a lot of information in it and if I post it in the other thread it will get lost. - mesa)

Roethlisberger recalled as in control on night of alleged assault
http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pitt...s_670499.html#
By Carl Prine
PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW
Sunday, March 7, 2010

MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. -- In this historic college town, the locals are dubbing the Thursday visit of star Steelers' quarterback Ben Roethlisberger as the night "The Devil Went Down to Georgia."

Wearing a black T-shirt reading "Devil" and surrounded by an entourage of up to 10 beefy male friends at times, Roethlisberger stormed the city of about 20,000 south of Atlanta with a bar-hopping spree that began at The Velvet Elvis about 10 p.m. and ended in the VIP room of Capital City when he closed down the popular bar.

About 2:33 a.m. Friday, a 20-year-old student at Georgia College & State University approached a police officer and told him that she had been sexually assaulted. Police said they are investigating Roethlisberger as the perpetrator. No charges had been filed as of Friday, and police said it was likely they wouldn't have anything new to say until Monday. Representatives of the police and university couldn't be reached for comment Saturday.

Interviews with a dozen students, bartenders and waitresses who saw women draped over him as he mugged for photos reveal a town that doesn't like the taint of scandal -- but remains divided over whether he did it.

Bartenders and students first put him at The Velvet Elvis restaurant and tavern about 10 p.m. They say his party ranged from eight to 10 men, mostly large black men they thought were offensive linemen. He tipped at 100 percent of their very large combined bill.

They say he drank little, maybe a Corona beer or two, and noshed on food, signed autographs and posed for camera phone photos.

"He kind of acted like a show-off, but he's a professional athlete, you know? He never looked drunk, never looked out of control. He shook hands and kissed babies, you know?" said Kyle Pilgrim, 22, a senior in accounting from Gwinnett County, north of Milledgeville.

On the busiest party night for the town that is home to two colleges -- Georgia College & State University is one; the other is Georgia Military Academy -- Roethlisberger crossed Han**** Street near the Old Baldwin County Courthouse about 11 p.m. to drink at The Brick, a bistro that turns in the later hours into a tavern. Students say that he nursed a beer, continued to cheerfully sign autographs and watched the large TV in the bar to catch plays from the University of Pittsburgh men's basketball tilt against Providence College.

Mark Eaton, 18, a freshman at Georgia College & State University, said he was sitting at the bar in The Brick with a girl when Roethlisberger entered with his entourage, including several bodyguards and a Steelers teammate.

He said Roethlisberger stood next to him at the bar and spoke to his friend, commenting that she had a really old cell phone and needed an upgrade.

"She said he looked like Crocodile Dundee, because his hair was all long in the back," Eaton said. "I don't know, I think that made him mad a little."

Roethlisberger stopped briefly in another bar, Buffington's, and then about 11:30 p.m. marched down South Wayne Street -- along with hundreds of students -- to Capital City. With its black decor, flashing lights and private VIP room, it's a second-floor dance bar so popular that co-eds just call it "the club."

Students said that Roethlisberger spent most of the evening in the VIP room with his group.

"I had already gone over there, and he came in with his group," said Pilgrim. "There were girls all over him all night. But he never presented himself as someone who would cause trouble. Looking at the way he behaved, you never would've thought about what they later said about him."

Employees of the hot spot told the Trib that they were under a gag order after being interviewed by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation -- their cruisers dart about the downtown -- and couldn't discuss what they saw Thursday night. But students who were there say that Roethlisberger closed down the joint at 2 a.m., when by law it had to shutter for the night.

The Milledgeville police report states that the alleged victim approached a police officer stating she had been "sexually assaulted or sexually manipulated by a white male in Capital City" sometime between 11 p.m. Thursday and 2:33 a.m. Friday. Roethlisberger was named "in connection with the incident," according to Milledgeville police.

The university's Web site says the school is offering counseling to students who request it. A university spokeswoman couldn't be reached for comment.

Steelers tackle Willie Colon was with Roethlisberger at times that night.

"Willie has no knowledge of any incident alleged or otherwise," said Joe Linta, Colon's agent.

The latest allegations come eight months after a Nevada casino worker filed a civil lawsuit against Roethlisberger, claiming he sexually assaulted her in July 2008 while playing in a celebrity golf tournament at Harrah's Lake Tahoe Hotel and Casino. Roethlisberger has denied the allegations. No criminal charges were filed, and the lawsuit remains unresolved.

Some Steelers fans at Pittsburgh's Station Square last night said they will stand by the star quarterback, but added that they wish he would be smarter -- and more discreet -- with his personal life.

"He's a target, I guess. It's a shame," said Dawn Cannon, 49, of McDonald, who said she thinks the charges are not true. "I just don't see it."

But even if the charges are a lie, Roethlisberger is partly to blame for the unwanted attention, said Rob Smith, 35, of Altoona.

"He's an idiot. He's making millions of dollars, this has happened before -- don't put yourself in that predicament again!" Smith said. "Whether it's true or not, I don't know. But you can't chance it. You've got to be smart."

Milledgeville was the capital of Georgia from 1803 to 1868. Milledgeville Councilman Stephen Carter said he didn't know before Friday that Roethlisberger owned a home at Reynolds Plantation, an upscale, gated community on Lake Oconee, about 30 miles from Milledgeville.

"He seems to have a propensity toward wildness," he said. "This sort of episode is not the best way to put us on the map."

Carl Prine can be reached at cprine@tribweb.com or 412-320-7826.
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Roethlisberger guilty of poor judgment
Sunday, March 07, 2010
By Ron Cook, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/10066/1040950-87.stm

Katie Keller erases a sign Saturday promoting a Roethlis-burger lunch special at Buffington's, one of the bars Ben Roethlisberger went to Thursday in Milledgeville, Ga.

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That latest sexual-assault allegation against Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger?

I have great faith in our legal system. It will determine if Roethlisberger should be charged -- let alone found guilty -- as the result of an alleged incident early Friday morning with a 20-year-old college student at a dance club in Milledgeville, Ga. Until the case is resolved, I'm presuming Roethlisberger's innocence. All of us are presumed innocent until proven guilty, right?

This is a great country, America.

But I don't have to wait for the legal proceedings to fully take their course for me to pronounce Roethlisberger guilty of poor judgment.

What was he doing at a club -- a college bar, by all accounts -- at 2 a.m.?

The man turned 28 Tuesday.

Please, spare me the e-mails that Roethlisberger is an adult, entitled to spend his time away from football as he wishes. I won't disagree. But I will argue that any public figure, if he is smart, freely gives up some of that right because he knows how much he has to lose if he ends up in the wrong place at the wrong time. There is only trouble out there at 2 a.m. That is especially true for someone with Roethlisberger's high-profile status.

I don't know what happened at the Capital City club in Milledgeville and won't even begin to speculate one way or the other. Investigators will determine what took place and decide if charges against Roethlisberger are warranted. But I do know that any big-time celebrity can't be too careful in public even if he is accompanied by friends, as Roethlisberger was Thursday night into Friday morning, according to Milledgeville police. There's always the chance of running into a guy who, perhaps bolstered by alcohol, is willing to challenge his toughness. There's also the chance of meeting a woman who is looking to capitalize financially on his fame.

Sadly, not everyone in this world has honorable intentions.

Other high-profile NFL quarterbacks seem to get that. When is the last time you heard of Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Brett Favre or Drew Brees making the kind of headlines that Roethlisberger did Friday? The other sports stars in town also get it. When have the Penguins' Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin or Marc-Andre Fleury been linked to any kind of controversy? Or the Pirates' Andrew McCutchen, for that matter?

It's time Roethlisberger gets it, as well. It's time he grows up. He's no kid anymore. He needs to realize he's not just representing himself in public settings but also his family, the Steelers and his teammates.

I said it about kicker Jeff Reed last fall after he was involved in two alcohol-related incidents that resulted in police charges and I'll say it now about Roethlisberger, who has been accused of sexual assault for the second time in eight months: He has brought shame and embarrassment on the Steelers. We're talking about an organization that, in Roethlisberger's case, has invested $102 million in him and made him the face of the franchise. It's not hard to imagine the disappointment and anger that team president Art Rooney II and coach Mike Tomlin must have felt when they heard about Roethlisberger's situation Friday. It's also not hard to imagine that anger turning to fury if Roethlisberger is charged and then perhaps suspended by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell for conduct unbecoming of a pro football player. Goodell doesn't have to wait for a player's guilt or innocence to be determined to take such action.

But forget about what this incident could do to the Steelers. That seems irrelevant compared with what it means to Roethlisberger. Even if he isn't charged, he still loses. His reputation has taken another big hit. There will be damage even if he is cleared of all wrongdoing.

It was in July, right before the Steelers reported to training camp in Latrobe, that Roethlisberger first was accused of a sexual assault. A Nevada woman made the claim in a civil lawsuit, saying he raped her in July 2008 at a Lake Tahoe resort where he was appearing in a celebrity golf tournament. The woman worked as a hostess at the Nevada resort and said she didn't go to police after the alleged incident because she was "afraid of the consequences."

Roethlisberger showed up at the Steelers' South Side headquarters three days after the woman's allegation made national news and vehemently denied it, using words such as "false," "vicious," "outrageous" and "reckless."

The suit still has not been resolved.

"I would never, ever, force myself on a woman," Roethlisberger said that July day on the South Side.

Now, the man's word is being challenged again. This time, the woman immediately went to the police, then was treated at a local hospital.

The investigation continues.

No matter how that turns out, a lot of people won't ever look at Roethlisberger the same way again.

• Big Ben case puts spotlight on Georgia college town. Story, A-1.

Ron Cook: rcook@post-gazette.com. Ron Cook can be heard on the "Vinnie and Cook" show weekdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on 93.7 The Fan. More articles by this author
First published on March 7, 2010 at 12:00 am

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Big Ben case puts spotlight on Georgia college town
Sunday, March 07, 2010
By Dan Majors, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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Young women walk past the Capital City, the dance club where Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is accused of sexually assaulting a 20-year-old college student.

MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. -- Thursday nights tend to be party nights around the tiny campus of Georgia College & Southern University. Few of the 6,000 students have Friday classes, and many of them go back to their parents' homes for the weekends.

Even though the legal age for drinking is 21, underage students also head for the half-dozen bars and clubs located within two blocks of the campus to listen to music and socialize. The establishments have bouncers who check identifications at the door, and wristbands are placed on those 21 and older so the bartenders know which customers can be served.

Capital City, the dance club where Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is accused of sexually assaulting a 20-year-old GCSU student, is regarded by some students as one of the stricter enforcers.

No charges have been filed in the incident reported there, and Mr. Roethlisberger, 28, is cooperating with police, according to his agent. The incident marks the second time in nine months in which Mr. Roethlisberger has been accused of sexual assault.

"There's really only one nightclub, and that's Capital City," said GCSU sophomore Alex Gonglach, 19. "They have loud, hiphop music and flashing lights."

"We've been to them before because we're a part of Greek life and we have socials there," said Brenda Bryan, 20, who was walking on campus Saturday with fellow sophomore Meg Partin, 19. "Capital is more like a club. The others are more like bars."

Some of the other Milledgeville bars -- Amici Italian Café, The Brick and The Velvet Elvis -- were among the establishments Mr. Roethlisberger and some friends visited Thursday night before finishing the evening at Capital City. Mr. Gonglach and three of his friends heard that the star NFL quarterback was hanging out in this town about 85 miles southeast of Atlanta, and they decided to try to catch up with him.

"I didn't believe it, so we figured we'd go down and try to see him," said sophomore Tyler Opraseuth, 19. "We were looking for him, but we never saw him."

But other students did find Mr. Roethlisberger, and they spent the evening crowding around him for photographs, autographs or just to shake his hand. Frank Pendergast, owner of The Brick, said Mr. Roethlisberger spent about two hours in his establishment and that the quarterback was friendly and polite.

Later, sometime between 2 and 2:30 a.m. Friday, a Milledgeville police officer on duty in the downtown area was told of the alleged sexual assault inside Capital City. Police said the alleged victim approached the officer, prompting investigators to interview her, Mr. Roethlisberger and everyone in their parties.

Caitlin Omen, 21, a junior, said she was at Capital City with five friends while Mr. Roethlisberger was there.

"But I didn't see anything," she said. "I had no idea who Ben Roethlisberger was. I've heard of the Pittsburgh Steelers, but I'm not a football fan. And I really had no interest in seeing him. No offense to him.

"There was a definite buzz about him. People were taking pictures with him and getting autographs. There was a big group around him."

Ms. Omen said she was at the club until 2 a.m., but never noticed a commotion or the coming and going of police. She didn't hear about the alleged incident until later Friday.

"A friend who doesn't go here called me and told me," she said. "So the word spread pretty quickly."

The story went from gossip to front-page national news when Milledgeville police Deputy Chief Richard Malone held a news conference Friday evening to confirm that there had been a report of a sexual assault and that Mr. Roethlisberger, who owns a home in the area, was the alleged "perpetrator."

Mr. Roethlisberger, who was questioned by police early Friday morning, was not held or arrested. He also has been accused of raping a Nevada resort hostess in his hotel room during a July 2008 golf tournament in Lake Tahoe.

In that case, however, the woman who accused him did not go to authorities. Instead, she sued Mr. Roethlisberger in July in the absence of any police report or physical evidence.

Mr. Roethlisberger and his legal team have emphatically denied the accusations in the Nevada case, but have not come out as strongly in the Georgia incident. The quarterback himself has not commented on the accusation, but his agent, Ryan Tollner, issued a statement Friday saying that Mr. Roethlisberger and his friends met a group of women and "mingled thoroughout the evening."

In the statement, Mr. Tollner said Mr. Roethlisberger had spoken with police and that the incident "appeared to be dismissed after a preliminary investigation [Friday] night." Mr. Tollner and Mr. Roethlisberger's attorneys could not be reached Saturday.

Deputy Chief Malone, however, indicated the case is active and that additional evidence is being collected. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is assisting the Milledgeville police, who on Saturday said they did not expect to release additional details about the case until at least Monday.

The prosecutor who will oversee the case declined to answer questions and would not elaborate or provide a timetable for the investigation.

"I've been made aware of the allegations but the investigation is not complete yet. We are waiting for the investigation to be completed," said Fred Bright, the head prosecutor for the eight-county Ocmulgee Judicial Circuit.

"We will do the right thing. Let us do the right thing," Mr. Bright said. "It is premature to say anything more."

Steelers spokesman Burt Lauten and President Art Rooney II also declined comment Saturday.

The alleged victim was treated and released at the Oconee Regional Medical Center in Milledgeville. On Saturday, people who know her said she is recovering and did not want to comment. Two friends who were with her at Capital City could not be reached.

Ms. Bryant and Ms. Partin said they did not know any of the women involved in the incident, but they said many students on campus were talking about it.

"Facebook has been buzzing about it," Ms. Bryant said.

"The thing is, Georgia College is not a party school," Ms. Partin said. "It's just college, it's normal. You're going to have people who like to go out and party. But it isn't any more than any other school."

Saturday was Springfest 2010 on the campus of GCSU, a day when incoming freshmen and their parents are welcomed to the small college. Orientation includes meetings with faculty members and advisers, selection of courses, tours, and presentations on housing and financial aid. Canopies provide shade for administrators sitting at folding tables while they discuss the liberal arts university's promise with visiting families.

All around this collegiate setting are red brick Colonial-style buildings -- administrative offices, classrooms and dormitories -- with towering white columns framing the entrances. Other campus buildings, such as the library, the auditorium and the student union, were built later.The incident involving Mr. Roethlisberger did not come up during Springfest, said one administrator who did not wish to be identified.

On the Front Campus lawn, students celebrated the day in typical small-college fashion, chasing Frisbees, napping under trees and listening to music.

Still, the talk of the allegations and Milledgeville's appearance in the national news was unnerving to some.

"I'm sort of in disbelief," said Ms. Partin. "I don't want to see Georgia College or Milledgeville [get] a bad rep, because we're a great school and this is a great town. Something like this is out of the ordinary. I wouldn't want anybody to think these things happen all the time here."

"I think it will blow over," said Ms. Omen. "This isn't what Milledgeville is going to be known for. Bad things can happen anywhere. [Mr. Roethlisberger] is an outsider coming in. But that doesn't make me more nervous about living in Milledgeville. We're all students here, and it's safe."

Mr. Gonglach was more cynical.

"It's the biggest thing in this town right now," he said while walking a block away from a massive ESPN truck parked outside Capital City. "Nothing ever happens here."

He and his friends said they could see themselves, years from now, speaking of where they went to college to someone who would be unlikely to know the school.

"And then I'd say, 'Remember that thing with Ben Roethlisberger?'" Mr. Gonglach said. "And they'll go, 'Oh, yeah!' "
Dan Majors: dmajors@post-gazette.com or 412-263-1456.

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Ben is either not the man he appears to be and has real serious issues, or he has the worst luck in the world.
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I won't be surprised if Goodell does something this time. You just can't be involved in this sort of crap, much less twice in a year and not experience some sort of punishment from the league. Not to mention how embarrassing it is to the Steelers and the fans. Like stillers4me said, the dude either has some serious issues or incredibly bad luck. I am starting to lean towards the side that has nothing to do with luck.
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What bothers me about this one is that the incident in Neveda was obviously planned by that old wh*re. Assuming that this Georgia chick is someone that Ben met along the way then this chick decided on the spur of the moment to try to extort money from Ben. It's possible but most young college students wouldn't try that. After all if if comes to a trial then she is going to get dragged through the mud and most women wouldn't risk it. Then again young people make stupid decisions so it is possible she is lying. However unlike the Nevada sl*t, this chick did go straight to the police that night and then to a hospital so we will have to see how it plays out.

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I won't be surprised if Goodell does something this time. You just can't be involved in this sort of crap, much less twice in a year and not experience some sort of punishment from the league. Not to mention how embarrassing it is to the Steelers and the fans. Like stillers4me said, the dude either has some serious issues or incredibly bad luck. I am starting to lean towards the side that has nothing to do with luck.
I agree Goodell will have to do something and like you I am beginning to have doubts. Dixon may be starting the first game next season. I am embarrassed as well. I'm not even wearing my Steelers stuff at the moment since I don't want to deal with this issue.
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I won't be surprised if Goodell does something this time. You just can't be involved in this sort of crap, much less twice in a year and not experience some sort of punishment from the league. Not to mention how embarrassing it is to the Steelers and the fans. Like stillers4me said, the dude either has some serious issues or incredibly bad luck. I am starting to lean towards the side that has nothing to do with luck.
Why would Goodell ban Roethlisberger he isn't been convicted yet. I don't see the reason why he can't party all night, people like Chris Johnson and Mark Sims Walkers ect ect on Twitter say they partying late up night. Ben's just been accused because he is a target. They sleep with him so they can get some street credit then make it global by saying he raped her.
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I agree Goodell will have to do something and like you I beginning to have doubts.
Unless it becomes fairly obvious that Ben is guilty what measures could Goodell take at the moment that would be justified?
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I'll leave this thread stand, mesa, but if you come across any other articles on this topic, I would appreciate you posting 'em in this thread instead of starting a new one, as we don't want the Steelers forum cluttered up with redundancy ala Arians. I really appreciate all of the informative articles you have posted since becoming a member here.

I dunno. While I still think that Ben needs to grow up a bit and utilize his two eyed head a little better, I still smell as far as this poor innocent little college girl saga goes. I guess all we can do at this point is speculate until the entire truth comes to light.
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