Jameis Accuser Cashes In

January 25th, 2016

Jameis Winston 2Per Rachel Axon of USA Today, Florida State University took what appears to be the easy way out and funneled nearly $1 million to the former FSU student who accused America’s Quarterback, Jameis Winston, of rape.

You can read the full report here.

“We have an obligation to our students, their parents and Florida taxpayers to deal with this case, as we do all litigation, in a financially responsible manner,” [University John] Thrasher said in a statement. “With all the economic demands we face, at some point it doesn’t make sense to continue even though we are convinced we would have prevailed.”

Translation: It was cheaper to pay off this wrongful accuser than pile up legal bills exceeding the $950,000 settlement.

Welcome to the United States of America.

Again, the USA Today report is available above. What’s intriguing is that Jameis’ accuser, Erica Kinsman, has a civil suit pending against him. Now that she has a pile of cash, will she be interested in risking it on legal bills? Or will she be represented pro bono?

Joe wishes FSU wasn’t concerned about its legal bills. You’d think they’d have insurance for that kind of thing. It would have been nice to see the school stand its ground and let justice prevail for America’s Quarterback.

85 Responses to “Jameis Accuser Cashes In”

  1. Kalind Says:

    Preach Joe. I’m so sick of this stupid story. It was a transparent money-grab from the word ‘go’. Absolutely disgusting of this “lady”.

    Just hope this ends, quickly and quietly.

  2. Love and Warrick Dunn Says:

    WCTV is reporting she’s getting $250k, and her lawyers are getting $700k.

  3. Greg Says:

    FSU has plenty of money. I think they were more worried about bad press than legal fees. Again being not guilty is not the same as being innocent. I hope justice is served whatever the outcome in the civil case.

  4. Clodhopper Says:

    I hope she chokes on it

  5. Espo Says:

    Hopefully he doesn’t follow suit. I doubt he will, since not only has he not done so yet, but he’s counter suing.

    FSU is proving to the world it’s acceptable to lie and ruin others’ lives. You’ll get rewarded for it. I wasn’t in the room or anything like that but c’mon the woman was all over the plac with her stories!

  6. Buc1987 Says:

    It’s a good thing she got this cash. Now she’ll have some money to pay Jameis after he wins his counter-suit. Believe me she will lose her suit and he will win his.

  7. Espo Says:

    That’s one way to pay off student loans.

  8. The Buc Realist Says:

    Even if FSU has insurance, Insurance companies will offer settlements for the same reason! It takes more money to defend even if your case is right or wrong!!!

  9. I know why Says:

    Smoke-fire. It just takes one girl this offseason to set the franchise back. I sure hope Winston knows that. This is what had people worried about him. Not what can do on the field. What will he do off it.

  10. Howard Cosell Says:

    There’s video on the internet of her sucking face with Winston on the dance floor earlier on the alleged night. She seems to be very very into Winston if not the flat-out sexual aggressor.
    Suddenly she finds out she won’t be his girlfriend and she was only a one nighter. I’ve seen it a million times.

    Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.

  11. CT Bucs Fan Says:

    Back 20 years ago I was managing an office for a Tampa based company, and after a new employee disappeared with one of our trucks full of our product I called and made a police report.

    The truck was eventually recovered but missing hundreds of dollars of merchandise, and again, this was reported to the police.

    He was eventually arrested and spent a night or two in jail, and then later sued our company for malicious prosecution.

    We were confident that we would have eventually prevailed, and we were covered by insurance for this type of thing, but our insurance company wanted to settle (which we did) because it would have cost them more to defend the case than to pay the amount the plaintiff asked for.

    I’m not saying that Winston is innocent; I really have no idea one way or the other.

    I’m just saying that paying off the plaintiff in this case may truly have been done for the reason that FSU gave.

    It’s kind of sad that our “justice system” operates in this way but it’s certainly not uncommon.

  12. MadMax Says:

    Yep, JW should go after every penny of counter suing and making her pay his legal fees.

  13. Bucsfanman Says:

    This story is sad. It was young people doing young people things, waking and regretting it. Both sides probably could’ve exercised more restraint but I wasn’t there and I will not take a side or speculate.
    This is CYA at its finest. FSU was ecstatic when Jameis declared for the draft because they knew that this case was going to linger and keep their name in the press. Now they can rest easy knowing that she won’t be knocking on their door.

  14. Buc1987 Says:

    Max…it’s going to be AWESOME when he wins. I hope he gets a 50 million dollar settlement against her. The bigger the number the better. The more commercials Mariota makes the higher the settlement should be.

  15. BrianBucs Says:

    So basically FSU admitted guilt and didn’t want the bad press or bad facts about the way they handled the case to come out. This way it also protects the university from NCAA sanctions and federal fines, and protects Jimbo.
    Also, I believe that Jameis’ counter suit has already been dismissed by the judge

  16. Dom Says:

    This really isn’t about defending Jameis, its about the school complying with Title IX requirements.

  17. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    It is likely that FSU does have extensive coverage for these types of issues….It would also be likely that the Insurance company recommended settlement.
    It is simply how business is done.
    FSU fared better than the City of Baltimore.

    Keep in mind….this has absolutely nothing to do with Jameis guilt or innocence….it is a Title 9 suit related to process.

  18. tnew Says:

    no matter what the truth is, It does appear that FSU mishandled this, but it really looks like they damaged Jameis more than Klinsman. I wish they wouldn’t have. I think that it would’ve gone away way quicker had they played it by the book. I’ve studied a ton on this case… Too much. It is hard for me to see a situation that Jameis is going to lose. He is guilty of making a bad decision as a 19 year old, but that is a long way from what he is being accused of. He has a better chance of getting the money on a countersuit than she does of getting anything from him, unless he has some skeletons that come out that haven’t already (i would be shocked)

    I’m not going to attack her. I feel sorry a little for her. She has been given some poor advice and now is very wayward. I hope the best for her.

    All of those who will pile on Jameis as how this is a black-eye, or how “I was afraid of this” do your homework. Go look up what you can as there is a ton out there. Could the police have taken this more seriously up front? Absolutely. I imagine they felt they were doing the best for all parties at this point, (Jameis wasn’t the huge star at this point so why cover it up?) The police should’ve protected themselves, they aren’t judges and jurors so they shouldn’t have acted as such. Watch the “hunting ground” and you will get yet another variation of her story. Count all of the variations of her story, then make an honest decision.

  19. Buc1987 Says:

    Brian …google is your friend.

    U.S. District Judge Anne C. Conway dismissed Winston’s claim of tortious interference – that the r@pe accusation brought by Zephyrhills’ Erica Kinsman damaged his business relationships with NFL teams or endorsements. The judge, however, rejected Kinsman’s motion to dismiss Winston’s defamation claim.

  20. Love and Warrick Dunn Says:

    “BrianBucs Says:
    January 25th, 2016 at 1:26 pm

    So basically FSU admitted guilt and didn’t want the bad press or bad facts about the way they handled the case to come out. This way it also protects the university from NCAA sanctions and federal fines, and protects Jimbo.
    Also, I believe that Jameis’ counter suit has already been dismissed by the judge”

    1. No, his countersuit has not been thrown out. The tortious interference claim has been dismissed. The defamation claim remains intact.

    2. It was posted on Tomahawk Nation that she was scheduled for a deposition tomorrow. More likely, she didn’t want to get scorched in the deposition and took the lowball offer from FSU. She’s getting $250k. Not exactly a huge amount.

  21. lightningbuc Says:


    Told ya ’87. Oh yeah, and where’s Love and Warrick Dunn?

    Joe, you ought to be ashamed saying she’s a wrongful accuser. How do you know? Were you there? Just because Tallahassee PD turned their back on the situation doesn’t mean Jaboo is innocent. I suppose you think OJ didn’t kill Nicole either. After all, he was found innocent of that crime so by your thinking then he couldn’t have killed her.

    Let’s not twist and falsify, please. Joe wrote a translation of what the FSU president said.–Joe

    And why, pray tell, if FSU and Jaboo did nothing wrong, would FSU pony up all this cash. Sounds like the FSU attempts at covering this up are unraveling and they don’t want the cover up exposed. Jaboo better do the same, or this is gonna get real ugly. ALL of Jaboo’s dirtly laundry will get aired, and you can guarantee there’s some you’ve never even heard about.

    Yes, Jaboo’s a Buc, but I still think he’s a deplorable human being, and this past year I had to hold my nose rooting for this franchise. Could care less if he’s the second coming of Joe Montana.

  22. tnew Says:

    Don’t spread rumors such as a “judge already dropped the countersuit” Its too easy to check out. The judge dismissed the portion that said it affected Winston’s ability to negotiate with NFL teams for future employment. Number 1 pick rendered that implausible.

  23. MadMax Says:

    Shes a scorned woman who saw dollar signs and went after them since she couldnt have Jameis, and get the $$$ that way….simple as that.

  24. tnew Says:

    All you guys talking about how deplorable JW is, please use those same adjectives when describing Big Ben and Peyton.

  25. Buc1987 Says:

    lightningbuc…do you EVER comment on ANYTHING on this site outside of Jameis Winston?

    Where are you on the other threads and topics?

    All this does is continue to make you look like an ass. What’s funny is you keep doing it. You and Bucnut never comment about anything else.

  26. Love and Warrick Dunn Says:

    My replies are apparently being filtered.

  27. Love and Warrick Dunn Says:

    She got 250k. It’s cheaper to pay than to litigate. The rest is for the attorneys fees.

  28. Love and Warrick Dunn Says:

    You weren’t there either lig_htning. However, I know if I accused someone of a crime, I wouldn’t get caught in multiple lies, and I wouldn’t concoct 8 or more versions of what happened.

  29. mac Says:

    One step closer to the end of this crappy story… So so tired of hearing about this unfortunate situation… We all have Winston’s back but let’s not be disrespectful of the young lady involved… I don’t want to believe that she was rapped but the truth is, none of us know what really happened that night…

    Let’s just pray this all gets resolved soon so the media and both sides can move on…

  30. Buc1987 Says:

    LWD…none of that matters to the ignorant one. We’ve all gone over this last spring. There really is nothing more that can be said that hasn’t been said. Let the fools continue to look foolish. After he wins his suit and she loses hers, they will be nowhere to be found.

  31. Love and Warrick Dunn Says:

    I also know that my own friends’ testimony would not be completely different than my own. Plus no drugs in her system (I was drugged), no proof of forcible intercourse at the hospital…..the list goes on and on.

    That OJ argument is so pathetic that it’s laughable. Name one single piece of evidence that supports her versions. You can’t. She has her word. And, it’s changed time and time and time and time and time and time and time and time again.

  32. Bill Says:

    This is what’s wrong with the legal system. We don’t go after people who break the rules, we only go after people who break the rules AND produce disgruntled victims. The integrity of law and order is diminished each and every day with crap like this. Yes, it would be more expensive to investigate and see this thing through, I get that. However, this is a standard that promotes disorder and causes greater damage in doing so. Break the rules as long as the benefit is larger than legal fees. Our legal system is supposed to be run by judges, officials, and students of the law who are familiar with the importance of their civic role. Instead the financial interests of an insurance company dictate who should be prosecuted? It’s ridiculous. We might as well do away with all the prisons and just assign price tags to all of our laws.

  33. Love and Warrick Dunn Says:


    What’s funny is how much public sentiment has changed once the facts started getting out there. I love seeing that lightning is still miserable. He was wrong about the draft, and now Tampa has a franchise QB for a decade plus.

  34. JollyBucsFan Says:

    I hope Jameis’ counter-suit steals all that money back and bankrupts her lying POS ass.

  35. Buc1987 Says:

    LWD….I crack up at how he always comes on site ranting and raving about Jameis and that incident. Calls people out by name and then disappears. Seems quite cowardly if you ask me, if not childish.

  36. BrianBucs Says:

    FSU caved in the day before Kinsman was suppose to be deposed. Looks like they did not want what she was going to say under oath and on record to be public knowledge. FSU did not want to lose their federal funding. It was much cheaper to pay her off and shut her up

  37. Love and Warrick Dunn Says:

    “BrianBucs Says:
    January 25th, 2016 at 2:21 pm

    FSU caved in the day before Kinsman was suppose to be deposed”

    More like she caved and took the lowball offer from them before she was going to be confronted with her vast array of differing stories.

    You think she set out to get $250k and that’s a win for her? Let’s see if she agrees to be deposed by Winston’s attorney in the next 12 months.

  38. John McKillop Says:

    @Love and Warrick Dunn, let us not forget she had a boyfriend at the time. When she was examined at the hospital, Dna tests found semen from two different men in her panties.

  39. Tony Says:

    No matter who did what on the night in question, this is a very, VERY bad day for Jameis and his reputation on a national level. This will never be spun as Joe has spun it above by the national media. Never. People read blurbs, and most of the time do so without context. They will simply see that Jameis’ accuser settled out of court for nearly a million dollars. Then, everyone will apply the typical “where there’s smoke, there’s fire” logic and Jameis’ reputation takes a hit.

  40. Buc1987 Says:

    Tony…the damage has already been done long ago. Which is why she’s going to pay for that damage when Jameis takes her to court and wins.

  41. OAR Says:

    Now I understand all those Big Ben-Winston comparisons.

  42. BrianBucs Says:

    Isn’t it funny how when most cases get settled out of court it is looked at as an admission of guilt (Michael Jackson, Charlie Sheen, Bill Clinton, etc.) but when it’s one of your favorite athlete’s or universities it’s just looked at like it’s a bother or a money grab?
    Oh, the fowl stinch of Hypocrisy is in the air…..

  43. BucFan20 Says:

    when did 250k become near 1 mil?

  44. Buccaneers Says:

    Bill was right and unfortunately Tony was right too. No matter what Jamies will never come out as a winner from this situation. Even if he wins in court he will be second guessed and considered garbage by some.

    Either Jamie’s or this woman is despicable as a person. Which one is at fault is just a guess from our shoes. At the end of the day they will have to lie their head down and live with themselves. I hope their not proud.

  45. John McKillop Says:

    @Bill, I was going to say something along those lines. You are spot on, no need to say anymore.

  46. BuccaneerBonzai Says:

    My post disappeared?

  47. Love and Warrick Dunn Says:



    I thought you were banning people for spreading lies on your website.

  48. Mike Johnson Says:

    Hope Jameis has top notch attorneys. Hell, he’s making the bank to afford them. Good attorney’s will easily get him off. This flu..sey is looking to get paid. And who knows, Jameis just might pay. I don’t think so though. Rumor has it she got 225 to 275 after atty fees from Fl State. Don’t think she will win against Jameis though.

  49. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    My prediction would be that neither party will win their suits against each other.

    It is correct that the FSU settlement will be seen by the ignorant public as evidence of Jameis’ guilt when it is simply more evidence of FSU’s noncompliance or potential noncompliance of title 9 process. Or FSU could simply be following the advice of their insurance company lawyers.

  50. Parie McParington Says:

    You fanbois and jocksniffers are really pathetic.

  51. Buc1987 Says:

    BrianBucs Says:
    January 25th, 2016 at 2:55 pm

    “Isn’t it funny how when most cases get settled out of court it is looked at as an admission of guilt (Michael Jackson, Charlie Sheen, Bill Clinton, etc.)”

    Again this is a matter of opinion. Diehard MJ fans won’t agree with that, Sheen and Clinton fans as well.

  52. Buc1987 Says:

    Parie McParington …what’s more pathetic is you hiding behind some recently made up screen name.

  53. Charlie7 Says:

    Sounds like Tiny Tim is jealous sines he has probably never had a woman only men!

  54. theodore Says:

    You don’t have to be a “diehard” MJ fan to know he got taken by scammers.

  55. JP4 Says:

    I get it that this site is run by, and caters to, individuals who accept the body and blood of Jameis Winston as their personal QB lord and savior…
    and, many of the posts are careful to point out that they don’t know for certain what transpired in Winston’s dorm room…
    those who condemn Kinsman as nothing but a money-chasing ho (without being present in said dorm room at the time in question) should realize they share a lot in common with adherents to Muslim Sharia law. In any sexual assault, they usually say the woman is 50% to blame, anyway.

    Vacations in Iran, anyone?

  56. Johnny "America's Commenter" Dejay Says:

    Regardless of if the incident happened, this settlement is going to attract similar accusations against other players at many colleges. Money tends to attract lawyers.

  57. DB55 Says:

    The police report is very clear, no need to be in the room.

  58. jenaw Says:

    @JP4 Shows you really have no clue about the night in question? Obviously you don’t believe in reading the facts before you spew the diarrhea from your mouth.

    FACT – there were two other people who actually SAW Erica Kinsman willingly participate in sexual activity with Jameis. Those two also shared a cab with a willing EK when they returned to the apartment Jameis lived in and watched her willingly go into Jameis’ bedroom.

    FACT – EK admitted to a FL Supreme Court Justice (retired) that she did get into the cab. That there were many, many people around her who were not with Jameis and his friends who could have helped her had she simply voiced an objection.

    FACT – Her own friend who was with her that night at the club has stated multiple times that EK WAS NOT intoxicated and asked her if she should go with Jameis. Her friends also stated that she told EK to go if she wanted to but that if she had believed EK was not capable of thinking clearly, she would have stopped her.

    FACT – EK herself DID NOT report the assault. She was more concerned about finding a way to cheat on her upcoming Spanish exam. She told various friends different stories that night and one friend believed her and called her parents even though EK ASKED HER NOT TO.

    All the above and more is found in the PUBLIC RECORDS of the night in question. Trying reading the facts before you expose yourself as the moron your actually are.

  59. LifeOfABucFan Says:

    This story will go away, as it should once he wins his lawsuit against that money hungry pootica..

    And don’t forget Peyton Manning had his own problems and so did Julian Edelman..

    But in this case..it was just a cha-ching moment to grab some money!

  60. StPeteBucsFan Says:

    Wow…what an EMOTIONAL thread. LMAO

    As for the REALITY…first Realist and then TBBF nailed it.

    If FSU has insurance they likely had no choice!! My wife was a dentist..my BIL is a cardiologist. I’m used to paying the ole “liability insurance premiums”.

    Doctors get burnt all the time. Their malpractice insurance doesn’t care about innocence or guilt…it’s just BUSINESS. They examine expenses and make their decision. No matter what the Doc wants to do the insurance company has the final say…it’s in the policy.

    Have a car crash…even if it wasn’t your fault and the occupant of the other car goes for a long term bodily injury claim…your insurance company will make a BUSINESS decision and either pay or defend…it will have nothing to do with your wishes or guilt or innocence. THIS WAS JUST BUSINESS!!!

  61. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Speaking for Pablo

    “Pablo wasn’t there…but Pablo would have loved being there…..Pablo likes to watch. Now Pablo empathizes (big word for Pablo) with Hamus because, like Hamus, Pablo also has an elongated arc. Pablo has used his arc on many occasions and because of that, Pablo has very many children. Pablo loves his children….but Pablo has to work on hot Pasco County roofs by day and table dance by night to support his children.”

  62. Buc1987 Says:

    DB55 Says:
    January 25th, 2016 at 4:24 pm

    “The police report is very clear, no need to be in the room.”

    Summed up in one clean sentence. Bravo DB.

  63. Buccfan37 Says:

    Sounds like a soap opera to me.

  64. stopthemadness Says:

    Can tell you first hand that insurance companies settle all the time even when they know they’re in the right and can probably win in court.

    It’s called a cost benefit analysis. It’s too bad they didn’t stick to their guns. Any of you imbeciles that believe this implies Winston’s guilt are flickin stupid.

    Haters are gonna hate but please understand you’re making yourselves look really dumb.

  65. Pickgrin Says:

    Sucks that FSU caved and paid this self proclaimed “cleatchaser”.

    Don’t pay her Jamies. I understand it would be cheaper to pay than to defend which is exactly why FSU did what they did – but there is an important principle at stake here. She – and especially her lawyers – should not be paid anything for falsely trying to ruin someone’s life in the pursuit of $.

    Stick to your guns JW – do what is right and clear your name as best you can. This girl does NOT want to testify under oath and then be cross examined – I can guarantee you that. She will drop her suit if you leave her no escape but to enter a courtroom.

  66. Tampabaybucfan Says:


    You are absolutely right….the Insurance company will not only look at the cost to defend but when measuring the odds…..they face a huge risk if they lose….the plaintiff loses nothing if on a contingency.
    Sure, FSU agreed to settle and that’s disappointing….but they have effectively ended what could have been some really bad publicity going forward.

    Too bad we don’t have a system like the UK…..loser pays!!!

  67. Tnew Says:

    FSU had to pay. They violated serious procedure rules. This has nothing to do with Winston’s innocence or guilt. I imagine a creative lawyer could get a settlement for Jameis. If the proper procedures where taken, I doubt she could have taken things this far.

  68. Dave Says:

    950K and he’s innocent sure.

  69. Buc1987 Says:

    Cause the players gonna play, play, play, play, play / And the haters gonna hate, hate, hate, hate, hate

  70. BrianBucs Says:




    And FSU gonna pay, pay, pay, pay, pay

  71. JP4 Says:

    jenaw says:
    ‘@JP4 Shows you really have no clue about the night in question?’

    Glad you put a question mark at the end of your sentence. Not sure where you read some of these FACTS you state, but I read the publicly release police records, and some of the FACTS you state are included in these public reports, other FACTS are not. Rumor mill gets going hard on something like this.

    Regardless of your FACTS, none of the FACTS you state unequivocally exonerate Winston of possible sexual assault. Again, Sharia Law…if the girl goes with the guy willingly, she is a slut, and therefore, cannot be assaulted. Do what you want with her. If she relates uncoordinated or conflicting statements afterwards, she is an idiot & probably a drug user and probably a liar, therefore, she cannot be assaulted.

    As for the ‘moron’ comment, sorry you must stoop to lame name-calling to validate your ‘argument’. FACTS are unassailable as long as you call them FACTS, right? People who think like this may actually get Donald Trump elected POTUS. There are a lot of videos on YouTube dredging up FACTS that show the Earth is flat.

    Unfortunately, arguments like this show up a lot in this forum.
    I know the drill…’If you don’t like it, go away’. Ridiculous attitude. That’s not the principle this country was founded on.
    How about, ‘If you don’t like the way America is run, why not just go away?’

  72. OnlyGodnoles Says:

    I think we knew a settlement was coming when the trial date was pushed back it could explain the mild reaction this story has received thus far. No admission of guilt key factor in any settlement. @tampabaybucfan I live in the UK trust me our system does have it’s disadvantages. If I was to chose which system I would go with ours but believe me our system has some serious flaws.

  73. Trubucfan22 Says:

    700,000 in legal fees? That is just insane. The justice system is broken if it costs 700,000 for representation and you didn’t even win. Sure she still banks 200k plus. I wonder if you gotta pay taxes on that? I would assume some kind of estate tax. So she will walk away with 100k and a bad rep.

  74. Trubucfan22 Says:

    So she was asking for 950k? I would have waited until she racked up 950k in legal bills and then settled. That way she would get nothing.

    I’m betting she is the one that wanted to settle, just so she at least got something before her legal bills got too high.

  75. DB55 Says:


    First, I love me some TS. Second, DO NOT I repeat do not read the comments on FB regarding this article. #facepalm

  76. Buc believer Says:

    She def was lying and saw dollar signs! We believe in you Jameis!

  77. Tampabaybucfan Says:


    I really don’t think that is the way it works……She likely signed a contingency agreement where she would get 50 or 40% less expenses…..and she could have settled for any amount and still received that percentage.

  78. JabooBuc Says:

    Of all the evidence presented that I believe shows Jameis is innocent of the crime he is accused of, none is more telling (in my opinion) then the fact that she willingly got on the back of his scooter and let him take her back to her dorm early that morning. it’s been established she was not drugged and likely not drunk and she willingly got on the back of his scooter for a ride back. Really??? Please explain.

  79. Buc1987 Says:

    DB55…lol I’m a big TS fan. Been so for about 5 years now. YES I think I’ll stay away from FB as usual. I hate FB anyways as my wife is always posting all kinds of personal stuff to the world about our life on it. I for one have no FB account at all and plan to never have one. Lots of peeps I know want me to have one, but nope not gonna do it!

  80. DB55 Says:


    You got a Twitter acct?

  81. Buc1987 Says:

    DB…nope I don’t even know how to tweet. I check TS’s on occasion and JW’s too, but that’s about it.

  82. DB55 Says:

    The Messiah is pro bowl bound? #rejoicing

  83. LifeOfABucFan Says:

    Speaking for Pablo

    “Pablo wasn’t there…but Pablo would have loved being there…..Pablo likes to watch. Now Pablo empathizes (big word for Pablo) with Hamus because, like Hamus, Pablo also has an elongated arc. Pablo has used his arc on many occasions and because of that, Pablo has very many children. Pablo loves his children….but Pablo has to work on hot Pasco County roofs by day and table dance by night to support his children.”

    Oh my gawd..I just caught this..lolololol! Poor Pablo, table dancing at night..lol…

  84. FuNkYxMuNkEy Says:

    Step 1: Pay off Erica Kinsman

    Step 2: Pay off the people in charge of releasing the documentary that is supposed to be extremely damaging to all the work Jameis has put into his life, on and off the field, over the past couple of years.

    That should be the only thing his camp, FSU, the Bucs, and all the lawyers involved, are concerned with. I have been so happy for the way in which Jameis has conducted himself since being the #1 pick for our Bucs. Until this is all over and done with. I fear for our sake and his. One would think they will try to work something out. This is a great first step in that process. I think she will be dropping her civil suit, probably has some agreement in place, before giving her almost a million dollars. At least I hope.

  85. jenaw Says:

    @JP4 – I have never gone by the rumors. I have never call EK a ‘ho’, a whore or anything related to that slur. Why you are bringing Sharia law into this topic I have no idea unless Muslim laws are some kind of obsession of yours. I do believe she and her family thought they saw an easy way to make big bucks that turned out to not be that easy.

    Truth I was not in that room but Darby and Casher were there and saw and heard EK tell them to ‘get out’. I also have known women who were assaulted and they weren’t making up a different version of their assault to try to fit the facts after the event. They didn’t go on with their life immediately like nothing happened (there is a picture of EK with a sorority sister at fraternity Xmas event which was taken a few days after the alleged assault). They certainly would not purposely choose to remain in the same class with the man who assaulted them! (FSU statement that they tried to switch EK to a different class when she stated she recognized JW in her class, as the person who assaulted her. She refused.) Nor would they be cheering for him and the team he plays on mere months after the assault (tweets from EK’s Twitter account). When there is as much circumstantial evidence as this case has in favor of JW, that’s enough ‘proof’. Just like I haven’t been to the Moon to see Armstrong’s & Aldrin’s footprints or the equipment left behind but I still believe in the evidence that they landed and walked on the Moon.

    You tell me what I put in my first post that isn’t in the public record and I will find where it is and link it.

    As an FYI – the witnesses? His roommates who put their own FSU careers on the line when they gave statements that told how they went into JW’s room when he was with EK. Casher also stated he wanted to join in.

    Willingly getting into the cab? The FL Supreme Court Justice who heard the code of conduct case brought up EK getting into that cab with JW and friends, with many people around them who could have helped if she’s asked for it, as part of his reasoning for not finding JW guilty of code of conduct violations.

    EK’s friend who stated EK was not intoxicated? I believe her last name was Kessler and that statement was in the State’s Attorney’s case file. Also where you will find the texts regarding EK asking for the answers to a Spanish Exam that a friend had already taken.

    The multiple versions EK gave to friends and that she was not the one who initially made the report to the police? Also in the State’s Attorney’s case file. Multiple friends of EK made mention of differing stories EK gave them. One of those friends called EK’s parents and in the case file you will find mention of that friend apologizing to EK for contacting her parents.

    As for my ‘moron’ comment, I can back up what I said and I haven’t brought up a completely out nowhere, has nothing to do with the subject, topic, as you have done. I know the Earth is not flat. I have actually met Donald Trump and know him to be a complete narcissistic A$$. I have not said or asked that you ‘go away’ or questioned your rights as an American. In America people have the right to say foolish things – just as I have the right to call you out on them.