Crime

Hooker's Friend Backs Up Lawrence Taylor's Version of "Rape"

| by Mark Berman Opposing Views

A friend of the underaged hooker, who was allegedly raped by Lawrence Taylor, is reportedly backing up Taylor's claim that no sex took place. The friend says the girl bragged about not having to have sex with the football great.

This friend was in the car with the hooker and a pimp drove her to and from the encounter. "When she got back in the car, she wasn't mad or anything like that. She was like, 'Wow' - she got paid $300 and didn't have to have sex with him," the friend reportedly told police, according to the New York Daily News. "She starts explaining that it was weird because she didn't even have sex."

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The New York Post reports that the girl bragged about making "easy money” because “I didn’t even have to f*** him."

If true, this would confirm Taylor's story that he did not have sex with the 16-year-old girl, that he only touched himself during the encounter at a hotel in suburban New York.

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However, the girl herself says they did have sex, telling the News they "definitely had intercourse," and "if he's saying we didn't, that's not true."

The friend -- a stripper who lived with the hooker and accused pimp Rasheed Davis -- told investigators she came forward to contradict the hooker’s story because of “three things: they didn’t have sex, she’s lying, and he’s innocent."

Legal experts say all of this is very important because Taylor would have to have had intercourse with the girl to be guilty of the third-degree rape count with which he is charged.