The woman who accused University of Oklahoma running back Rodney Anderson of sexually assaulting her in her apartment last month after the two met at a bar told her friend that night a completely different story, according to Cleveland County First Assistant District Attorney Susan Caswell. "She said she was very excited that Mr. Anderson was at her house and she hoped for a romantic relationship with him," Caswell said Thursday. "She said she had vomited but intended to brush her teeth and go back and kiss him some more."
Caswell says the alleged victim later bragged to her friends that she and Anderson had sexual intercourse and Caswell says it was after Anderson stopped replying to the woman's text messages that she went to police. District Attorney Greg Mashburn said Thursday that criminal charges are 'definitely' not warranted in this case.