“Statement Of Probable Cause”
This is disgusting and outrageous and has little to nothing to do with David Copperfield:
David Copperfield’s accuser charged with prostitution
According to the statement of probable cause, Carroll met up with a 20-year-old girl and a 31-year-old man at a bowling alley in downtown Bellevue on that night.
Carroll told detectives she could not remember anything that happened after she left the bowling alley. However, when questioned by another investigator, she said she “remembered taking a taxi and then coming to in a hotel with Loomis on top of her, pinning her shoulders down on a bed,” the statement said.
Carroll added she’d been lured to the hotel by her male companion, who’d told her that the other woman from the bowling alley would meet them there. The statement said Carroll led the detective to believe “she was sexually assaulted by (the man) in that (hotel) room because her tights and panties were off when she ‘came to.”‘
However, surveillance cameras at both hotels captured the pair’s “normal and romantic behaviors together (including hugging, kissing and holding each other),” investigators said, as well as footage of Carroll taking the elevator by herself to the reserved room while her companion ordered a bottle of champagne at the concierge desk.
A hotel employee also told detectives she’d overheard Carroll tell her companion “about being disappointed that ‘their friend didn’t come with them because Carroll really wanted them to have a threesome,”’ according to the document.
But approximately 15 minutes after the champagne was delivered to the couple’s room, Carroll returned to the concierge desk and reported “she needed a taxi because she has been ‘taken advantage of,’” detectives said.
Minutes later, Carroll’s companion called Bellevue police and reported he and the woman had been engaging in “consensual sexual touching” when she “offered to engage in continued sexual activity with him in return for $2,000,” the document said. When he refused, Carroll grew upset and immediately left her room, he told detectives.
Who knows what the story is, there is no documentation and no link to or image of the supposed “statement of probable cause”, and I am very curious and a tad concerned by the part at the end here, where “Carroll’s companion called Bellevue police and reported….” — so it sounds like she ends up back at the hotel, where the dude is telling her the other chick will be coming along soon enough, she goes to the room, he orders champagne at the concierge desk and brings it up…. Moments later Carroll leaves and goes to the desk and asks only for a TAXI and remarks she’d been TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF, but didn’t mention rape, and didn’t ask for the police to be called at all, meanwhile, back up in the room, the guy decides to call the cops and say he’d just been offered sex for money.