The woman who accused Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston of sexual assault said that she thought she was hit in the back of the head, per the 911 call from her friend.
Her friend who called 911 in the hours after the incident occured said that the accuser didn't remember the night fully and that she did not know Winston before they met that evening at Potbelly's. Her friend described her as "shaken up" and that she only remembered pieces of the event and kept blacking out.
The audio of the call was released on Wednesday per a public record release, six days after Florida State Attorney Willie Meggs said that he would not charge Winston with a crime after investigating the incident, which happened on Dec. 7, 2012.
Her friend also said that the accuser kept trying to tell her the story but it was only in pieces. After the hit, the accuser told her friend that she ended up in the room where the incident occurred.
Per ABC News, in video interviews also released, Florida State's Ronald Darby said that the accuser told him to get out when he went into the room where she and Winston were.
"We walked into the room and the girl was like, 'What are you doing?'" Darby said. She was like, 'get out.' So, Chris was like 'My bad.'"
The accuser's family is scheduled to have a press conference on Friday, one day before Winston will likely win the Heisman Trophy. Florida State plays Auburn on Jan. 6 in the BCS Championship Game.
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