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Dallas, Texas / Football Rape Case #169090

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 11, 1997
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Dallas: Valeri Williams) Admission by Nina Shahravan, the woman who claimed she was raped by Dallas Cowboys football players Michael Irvin and Erik Williams, that her story was a hoax featured. [IRVIN - calls for "intensity" from the media.] [Dallas police Department Ed SPENCER - calls the complaint unfounded.] [Estranged husband Hooman BAGHESTANI - calls her deceitful.] [Irvin's attorney Royce WEST, Williams' attorney Peter GINSBERG - comment on the media coverage.] The possibility the police will file a false charges accusation against Shahravan mentioned.

Brown, Aaron;
Williams, Valeri

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