A dancer who reported she was raped by members of the Duke University lacrosse team says she thought she'd be dancing for five men at a bachelor party. In an interview with The News and Observer of Raleigh, the woman says she and another woman got scared when they arrived and were surrounded by dozens of men. The woman says she worked for an escort service to help support her two children and pay for classes at North Carolina Central University. She says the night she was attacked was the first time she was hired to dance for a group. According to the search warrant, the two women were separated and the victim was forced into a bathroom and was assaulted by three men. No arrests had been made by late last night after 46 members of the men's team submitted DNA samples to police.
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