Second dancer says lacrosse accuser wanted `marks'The second dancer at a Duke lacrosse team party says the dancer who accused three players of raping her said after leaving the party she wanted -- quoting -- "marks on me."
Kim Roberts told ABC's "Good Morning America" today that the accuser said in a car after they left the party -- quoting -- "Go ahead, go ahead, put marks on me. That's what I want."
Roberts said the comments were madde as she tried to push the other woman to leave the vehicle at a grocery store. It wasn't clear whether Roberts made marks on the other woman.
Two women were hired to dance at a March team party and one says
she was taken into a bathroom and sexually assaulted. Defense lawyers have said the team members are innocent.
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