Jul 262009
 July 26, 2009  Posted by  Court, U.S.

The civil complaint doesn’t just accuse Ben Roethlisberger of a heinous and despicable act.

It also labels him a slob.

That curious assertion sticks out in the 36-page lawsuit that accuses the Steelers’ star quarterback of sexually assaulting a woman in a Nevada hotel room in July 2008.

It sticks out because the lawsuit alleging the rape devotes nearly the same amount of space to Roethlisberger’s housekeeping skills as it does addressing why the woman has yet to notify police.

Despite having allegedly suffered an attack that supposedly triggered a nervous breakdown, she has yet to notify police more than a year later.

The lack of any criminal complaint, the lack of a criminal investigation into the alleged incident, was a reason some news professionals cited in identifying the woman who filed the lawsuit.

Read more in the Tribune-Review.

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