According to TMZ, the attorney to Jameis Winston’s accuser, Patricia Carroll, is also accusing Winston’s teammate on purposely destroying crucial evidence to the case. Carroll states that FSU teammate Chris Casher told investigators that he videotaped parts of the sexual encounter between Winston and the accuser and then deleted it.
Carroll states that the law condemns recording someone who isn’t aware that they’re being recorded, and that Casher also violated the law when he destroyed the video, since it would be destruction of evidence. Carroll is demanding the Florida Attorney General do an independent investigation, since she is of the belief that justice was not served for her client. There has been no comment from the Attorney General on Carroll’s demands.