Guilty! Brianna Claire Walker, Port Orange, Florida (charged Dec 2019) [false rape report]

Discussion in 'Cougars' started by News Readers, Jan 3, 2020.

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    That where I snagged all of her photos and the name of her current employer. :D She's since removed the employer's name.

    Sharing booze & marijuana with 17 year olds should at least net her some jail time, I would hope, but all the specifics are flagged as "confidential" & I can't access them on the Volusia County court's web site.
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    Teacher who accused football players of rape faces charges

    6 January 2020

    A former teacher who accused four high school football players of drugging and raping her in 2018 has been charged with giving false information to police. Brianna Walker was 23 at the time of the incident and was an athletic trainer at Spruce Creek High School south of Daytona Beach. According to a police report, the players went to Walker's home for sex. Two days later she went to police and claimed she had been drugged and raped. But investigators say the sex was consensual. Walker has pleaded not guilty to the false information charge, as well as offering alcohol ...
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    More soothing train sounds, this one might even be a felony in Florida:

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    A couple new items on the court docket, motion for continuance was granted:


    Another pre-trial conference is set for 5 February 2020:


    Trial date is now set for 17 February 2020:

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    East Ridge athletic trainer who accused 4 football players of rape in Florida charged in false report

    14 January 2020

    A former athletic trainer at East Ridge High School in Woodbury has been charged in Florida with giving false information to police and offering alcohol to a minor.

    Brianna Walker, a Summit Orthopedics employee who was assigned to East Ridge from July until December, has pleaded not guilty to the misdemeanor charges and has not been arrested, according to the Daytona Beach News-Journal.

    The newspaper reported Jan. 3 that Walker had previously accused four high school football players of drugging and raping her in 2018.

    “On May 30, 2018, two 18-year-old and two 17-year-old football players went to Walker’s home and engaged in group sex, according to police reports,” the paper reported. “Two days later, Walker went to New Smyrna Beach police and claimed she was drugged and raped. She was hazy on some of the details, but told police she did not consent to having sex with all four players. She was unsure if she consented to having sex with one of the players.”

    A few days after that, Walker, 24, resigned from her position at Spruce Creek High School, the paper stated.

    Walker moved to St. Paul and took a job with Summit Orthopedics in July 2018, according to her LinkedIn profile.

    “We recently learned that a former athletics trainer, Brianna Walker, was officially charged with giving false information to police and offering alcohol to a minor in Florida,” East Ridge Principal James Smokrovich wrote in a letter sent to parents on Tuesday. “This situation does not involve East Ridge or any of its students.”

    Pepe Barton, a spokesman for South Washington County Schools, said Walker was removed from East Ridge after school district officials learned of the allegations on Dec. 16 from a state attorney’s office in Florida.

    “We are not currently aware of any issues involving our students,” Barton said. “Any feedback or concerns brought to our attention will be taken seriously.”

    Walker’s attorney, Mary Jane Nettles, said Tuesday that Walker “denies any criminal behavior on her part and has pled not guilty. We intend to fight them.”

    “She denies she engaged in any criminal activity,” Nettles said.”It’s frankly outrageous that the government is charging her with a crime … in this ‘he-said she-said’ situation. It seems that our law-enforcement community is saying to victims that they should not report matters like this because they will never be believed. The chilling effect this will have on victim reporting can not be underestimated.”

    Statement from Summit Orthopedics chief executive officer Adam Berry:

    Summit Orthopedics places the safety of our patients, student athletes and staff at the forefront of all we do,” he wrote. “We recently became aware of the charges against Ms. Brianna Walker, and we respect the due process afforded to anyone in the legal system. Given this is a confidential personnel matter, we will not be discussing any further details. As a reminder, we will always place the safety of our patients, athletes and staff first.
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    Former East Ridge athletic trainer charged in Florida with offering teens alcohol, lying to police

    14 January 2020

    A former East Ridge athletic trainer has been charged in Florida with giving false information to police and offering alcohol to a minor. Brianna Walker, was an athletic trainer at Spruce Creek High School in Florida when she accused four high school football players of drugging and raping her in 2018. Walker, who was 23 at the time, allegedly told investigators the teens came to her home and drugged and raped her, although she said she was fuzzy on some of the details, according to the police report. She told investigators she didn't consent to have sex with all four ...
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    Apparently East Ridge High School in Woodbury, Minnesota, was not only where she was working until word of her Florida escapades reached Minnesota, it was also her alma matter several years earlier:

    East Ridge girls basketball: Raptors' losing streak hits seven with pair of SEC losses

    8 February 2012


    The match started in East Ridge's favor when senior Katie Hagberg netted in a basket that set the Raptors ahead 2-0. Woodbury tied the game 4-4 at 12:51 after Woodbury junior Courtney Schiffler shot in a three-point basket. East Ridge came back just seconds later thanks to a basket made by junior Brianna Walker, but it would be the last time in the game that the Raptors would have the lead. Woodbury led once more at 6:23 before East Ridge came back to tie the score 10-10 at 2:59, but the Raptors couldn't hold on and the Royals took the game at 2:53 and wouldn't let go. As the buzzer rang on the first half, East Ridge trailed 19-15.


    And apparently guys at East Ridge High were glad she was back:

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    A couple more items in the court docket, nothing especially exciting:


    Pre-trial conference now set for 4 March 2020:


    Trial date now set for 16 March 2020:

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    One new item on the docket:


    Trial is still set for 16 March @ 8:30 a.m.
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    Trial date is now set for 20 April @ 8:30 a.m., pre-trial conference on 1 April:


    Two new items on the docket:

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    Her trial is now set for 24 August 2020:


    And a few more items on the docket since I last updated:


    All are flagged as "confidential", so no info available on the Volusia County Courts site.

    New Court Events:

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    Her Minnesota Athletic Trainer License status now shows as "inactive":

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    The case is now scheduled for a pre-trial conference on 2 September 2020, with the trial now set for 14 September 2020:


    Recent docket items, all flagged as confidential: