According to the report, Shannon said the woman laid on top of him, kissed him and removed her own clothing. Shannon said he asked if she was menstruating, and that the woman said, “No,” at which point they argued about it and Shannon left to go to the bathroom.
The report states that Shannon said the woman is accusing him because she wanted to set him up for a rape charge, or that she was embarrassed that he wouldn’t have sex with her.
The report includes text messages between the woman and the friend who called police. In that conversation, the woman said she was raped.
Also, a few hours later, the friend sent the woman a text message apologizing for calling the police, saying she only did it to protect her.
The woman responded, saying the “last thing” her sorority needs is this kind of media attention involving the football team.
Shannon has been accused of violating the University of Oklahoma’s Sexual Misconduct, Discrimination and Harassment Policy.
OU spokesman Pete Moris said the athletics department is declining comment at this time.
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