Anonymous Accuser Sues Annemarie Wiley’s Husband for Sexual Assault Wants to Remain Nameless
The woman who slapped Marcellus Wiley, the husband of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills newbie, Annemarie Wiley, with a lawsuit involving allegations of sexual assault has requested to remain anonymous.
The unnamed woman has requested permission to use the pseudonym, Jane Doe, in court documents obtained by Radar Online.
Doe wrote in a submitted affidavit — “In 1994, I suffered sexual abuse at the hands of defendant Marcellus Wiley, a student enrolled at, and on the premises of, Columbia University and the Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York.”
She alleged — “During my time as a Columbia University student, Marcellus Wiley raped me in his Columbia University dorm room.”
Wiley denied the allegations.
Doe alleged that the former NFL star “used his favored position within the Columbia” network to “coerce and force me to endure horrible sexual assault without consequence, on account of his being a star football player.”
She claimed — “Alone in his dorm room, without consent, and by means of force and coercion, Wiley forced me to perform oral sex on him and had forcible, non-consensual, coerced sexual intercourse with me.”
Doe filed the lawsuit last month, ahead of Wiley’s wife’s RHOBH debut, in a New York court. She is demanding an unspecified payout from Wiley and Columbia University.
Doe stated that she met Wiley at Columbia in 1994, and that they grew to be casual friends as they attended the same psychology class. Doe claimed that Wiley invited her to his dorm in November 1994, and demanded that she remove her clothes 15 minutes after her arrival. She alleged that he grabbed her head, forced her face on his genitals and demanded that she “s**k my d**k.”
She alleged that she was forced to perform a sexual act on Wiley before he made her lie on the floor, allegedly telling her that she couldn’t leave “until you make me come.”
Doe claimed that the star athlete then raped her and that Columbia refused to address the incident.
The lawsuit states — “The COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY defendants engaged in a pattern, practice, and policy of abusing victims of rape and sexual assault; failing to properly respond to allegations of rape and sexual assault.”
Doe stated that she suffered “psychological and academic injuries.”
She wrote in her request to conceal her identity — “The sexual abuse I suffered was embarrassing and caused me a great deal of shame. I am worried about being retaliated against because Marcellus Wiley, a former NFL player, is a prominent and popular sportscaster whose prior allegations of sexual assault have received significant national media attention.”
She added — “I am willing to provide all relevant information to [Wiley and his lawyers] under the conditions that defendants keep all such information confidential and limited for use in this case. Additionally, I am willing to sit for a deposition when the time comes.”
Wiley publicly denied the allegations, stating that while his accuser was “cute,” he had no interest in a sexual relationship. He claimed that Doe was the one who pursued him.
“If you’re a virgin, I am not going to be your first, because I am not looking at it with the same respect, esteem, honor that you should,” he said. “We did mess around, but no vaginal intercourse.”
Wiley plans to file a defamation countersuit.
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