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UPDATE: Read full letter from Winston’s lawyer to FSU; Lawyers trade barbs in Jameis Winston case

UPDATE: AL.com and the Tallahassee Democrat obtained the letter sent by Winston’s attorney to the university and made all 13 pages available to the public. You can read that letter here: (h/t TomahawkNation)

The letter by kschofield

From Wednesday afternoon:

The lawyer for a woman who has accused Jameis Winston of sexual assault has fired back at the Winston camp for comments that were released yesterday morning.

John Clune, who represents the accuser, says Winston’s attorneys were the ones who proposed “paying off our client.” SB Nation has a more detailed back-and-forth between the camps.

From Wednesday morning:

Jameis Winston’s lawyer says the woman who accused his client of rape at one time demanded $7 million to remain silent about the alleged incident.

The lawyer, David Cornwell, says he rejected the demand and that four days later the allegations appeared in the media, according to a TMZ report.

The woman who brought the charges also claimed she had to be raped because she would never sleep with a “black boy,” according to Cornwell.

The woman accused Winston of rape last year, but after an investigation, the state decided not to bring charges. Florida is in the midst of a Title IX investigation related to the rape allegation, and Cornwell says Winston will cooperate. The attorney for Winston’s accuser told Tomahawknation that a statement will be released tomorrow in regards to this newly public information.

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