Steelers' 'Big Ben' lawyer shuns settlement offerPittsburgh Steelers
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Last week, the woman's attorney in Reno, Nevada, filed a letter saying she would be willing to settle the civil lawsuit against Roethlisberger if he admits to raping her, apologizes and gives 100,000 dollars to the Committee to Aid Abused Women, a non-profit agency in Reno that helps victims of domestic violence.
Roethlisberger denies assaulting the woman, and does not face any criminal charges.
Last month he and his lawyer demanded the woman drop her civil lawsuit and make a written apology to the player.
Roethlisberger led the Steelers to a record sixth National Football League title and their second in four years with "Big Ben" as quarterback in a 27-23 Super Bowl victory over Arizona at Tampa, Florida.
The Steelers open the 2009 NFL NFL
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|Publication:||AFP Global Edition|
|Date:||Sep 10, 2009|
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