Well, if Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger won’t be talking to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, then the Georgia Bureau of Investigation might be talking to someone else Roethlisberger knows.
The agency wants to interview the Nevada woman who sued Roethlisberger for sexual assault last year.
Lawyer Calvin Dunlap told KDKA-TV about the request (via ESPN.com). Dunlap has not ruled out the possibility. “They need information from us, and frankly we need information from
them, so I will make a decision on how to proceed as the need arises,” Dunlap said.
The Nevada case is on hold as the state’s Supreme Court decides whether it should be moved to a different county.
So if charges are filed in Georgia, the trial could feature an appearance of the Nevada accuser. Though it’s highly unlikely that she’d be followed by a Seinfeld finale-style parade, we’re hoping for Arnold Palmer to take the stand, too.