Since she filed the $21.5 million lawsuit against NBA star Derrick Rose last year, accusing him and his two friends of gang-raping her after an alcohol-fueled night of partying in 2013, the 30-year-old woman and daughter of Mexican immigrants has remained mostly anonymous.
In court documents, her name is Jane Doe.
Her anonymity, she claims, is crucial to her safety and the well-being of her elderly parents, who she says are conservative, traditional and religious, and know nothing of her alleged sexual assault.
“I want to share my story so women can know that they are able to come forward and remain anonymous and not to have the burden or the worry that their loved ones will find out,” the woman told the Associated Press in an interview last week.
But on Tuesday, the U.S. district judge hearing her case ruled that once the civil trial begins Oct. 4, she can no longer hide behind her protective pseudonym.
She must reveal her full name. (washingtonpost.com – Katie Mettler) Click here to read the complete story!
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