Jameis “Mr. FHRITP” Winston may be a magnet for controversy but according to him, a rapist he is not.
The Florida State star quarterback submitted a written statement stemming from the 2012 sexual assault ordeal that he was cleared of last year.
TMZ obtained the document where Winston didn’t refrain from divulging all the explicit details from his late night romp.
“Almost immediately upon our arrival, (NAME REDACTED) and I went into my bedroom. We were standing facing each other, kissing and touching each other’s bodies. I eventually asked (NAME REDACTED) if she would perform oral sex on me. She said that she would. The lights in my bedroom were on and (NAME REDACTED) willingly performed oral sex on me. While (NAME REDACTED) was performing oral sex, I was close enough to my dresser to reach over to it, open a drawer, and retrieve a condom.”
There was also some in-between periods during the oral sex session where the two “also engaged in intense foreplay and heavy petting during the same period that she was performing oral sex. Winston also recalls, “I was with her on the bed during foreplay and I may have ejaculated a small amount of semen onto her clothing.”
Before the sexual intercourse occurred, an unnamed roommate burst into the dorm room as “a prank,” to which the young lady asked to continue somewhere more private. The two then went into the bathroom where she helped Winston cover his little Heisman with a condom.
Afterwards, Winston returned her back to her dorm and she gave him a hug goodbye. In the end of the statement, Winston lashed out at the girl and her legal team stating, “[They] have falsely accused me, threatened to sue me, demanded $7,000,000 from me, engaged in a destructive media campaign against me, and manipulated this process to the point that my rights have and will continue to be severely compromised. The only thing as vicious as rape is falsely accusing someone of rape.”
Earlier this morning, the accuser’s lawyer responded back to the Jameis Winston sexual assault details with, “After two years all we get is a written statement crafted by Mr. Winston’s lawyers. Not impressed.”
It appears that this won’t go away until they receive some sort of monetary retribution.