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Woman in “Suspicious Incident” Involving Kaepernick is Allegedly Famous

by Robert Littal | Posted on Friday, April 11th, 2014
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There are levels to fame, but we do have it on good authority that the woman who filed the complaint against Kaepernick and two other NFL players isn’t just a random person.

Meaning, if her name ever comes out, it will be known to a good amount of people. There are some serious questions that need to be answered about this case. Here are a list of them.

1-Who took the woman to the hospital and why?

2- Why did the police tell TMZ and USA Today it was a sexual assault case then change their mind and call it a suspicious incident?

3- If it is indeed just a suspicious incident and not being investigated as sex crime why is the woman’s name being protected?

4- Kaepernick says people are making up lies. Who are those people and what lies are being made up?

5- Why would a woman who just passed out on the bed, need to go to the hospital?

6- Where are the hospital records?

7- Is there video of who dropped her off at the hospital?

8- Is there a toxicology report if the woman believes she was drugged?

9- Was there a rape kit applied?

10- What was the original plan when the woman came over?

Maybe we will get some answers, maybe we won’t. But, there are still a lot of questions.

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  1. Frank F says:

    “3- If it is indeed just a suspicious incident and not being investigated as sex crime why is the woman’s name being protected?” Maybe they are not saying her name because of her fame? This is a crazy story with only the 3 NFL players know exactly what happened in the room. If there is video of a nude woman running around the hotel then many people should have witnessed that or heard her outside their room.

  2. Beejcee says:

    You ain’t here this from e I heard Teyana Taylor

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