Jarryd Hayne denies sexual battery, gives his side of story
JARRYD Hayne has officially denied allegations he raped a virgin, pronouncing the intercourse was once consensual and the girl even ordered an Uber to take them again to his house.
The previous NFL big name stated she was once “no longer injured in any respect” and that they’d “sexual interplay” however no longer “sexual sex”, according to court documents bought via the Day by day Mail.
The girl, known best as “JV”, accused the athlete of sexually assaulting her at his house in San Jose, California, whilst he was once enjoying for the San Francisco 49ers.
Within the reaction filed via Hayne on March 1, the 30-year-old denied all allegations of wrongdoing and stated the girl “consented to all movements that happened, together with all movements she now claims have been non-consensual.”
Hayne, who now performs for the Parramatta Eels, has requested the sexual battery go well with be dumped.
The NRL participant claimed JV adopted him out of the Santa Clara bar after an evening of consuming in December 2015 and booked the Uber to take them to his house, the place she alleges the attack happened.
“The Plaintiff adopted Defendant out of a bar at the night time of the alleged incident, ordered an Uber the usage of the Defendant’s telephone to take them each to the place the Defendant was once staying, and willingly engaged in sexual interplay that didn’t come with sexual sex,” the court docket papers state.
Hayne stated JV had a “cordial dialog” with one in all his pals at his house the following morning, ahead of heading again to her rental. She “didn’t document, display or declare any accidents to someone after the alleged incident,” the court docket papers upload.
Her attorneys say the girl was once too scared to document the alleged attack for a number of months, however went to the police after receiving remedy for serious pelvic flooring ache in April 2016.
JV, a cafe employee, filed her go well with in December final yr, alleging Hayne sexually assaulted her whilst she was once “not able to consent” to intercourse once they met thru pals after a 49ers sport.
The girl claims Hayne took her again to his luxurious San Jose rental in an Uber, ahead of he allegedly grabbed her and grew to become her round “so she was once now not dealing with him” and stated “no kissing” ahead of raping her, “inflicting her important bodily ache.”
She stated that after she woke the following morning, she was once “nonetheless experiencing super vaginal ache” and “was once bare lined in one sheet on a mattress with a big pool of blood subsequent to her”.
San Jose police passed the investigation to the Santa Clara County district legal professional’s place of business, but it surely declined to report fees in October 2016, pronouncing prosecutors didn’t imagine they’d sufficient proof for a conviction.
The civil lawsuit filed in December final yr comprises allegations of sexual battery, gender violence, infliction of emotional misery and negligence.
Ramy Qutami, of Madison Marcus Legislation Company, stated Hayne had up to now addressed the criticism and the DA’s place of business had no longer pursued it as a result of inadequate proof.
“Mr Hayne unequivocally and vehemently denies the allegations which can be the topic of the civil criticism,” he stated.
In January, Hayne categorically denied the allegations stated he would protect himself.
“The final week or so had been individually distressing for no longer best me however my friends and family, as civil court cases making critical allegations had been publicly aired and likely media have adopted me on a non-public pre-planned shuttle to the opposite facet of the sector,” he stated in a observation launched via his attorneys.
“I used to be no longer given any realize of those court cases previous to any media stories.
“I verify that I unequivocally and vehemently deny the allegations made in opposition to me and I can be vigorously protecting the subject. As everybody must perceive, I can’t publicly speak about the rest on the subject of this subject as it’s now the topic of criminal court cases in the United States.”
A mediation has been set for subsequent month.