Transcript for 911 Calls Reveal New Details on Alleged FSU Rape
We're going to move on to details on jameis winston, the star quarterback and heisman favorite. The sexual assault charges were dropped last week. For the first time, we're hearing the 911 call made the night of the alleged incident. Abc's matt gutman has the story. Reporter: Fsu police, how may I help you? Hi. I'm -- and I think we need to get over here. Reporter: For the first time, we're hearing the 911 call when the accuser thinks they had sex. She's very shaken up. She said she got hurt. She got hit. She got hit? Does she know what she got hit with? No. She says she like kept blacking out. She keeps trying to tell me the story. But it's very in pieces. And you say she was raped? Yeah. Okay. So, she did not know the person? No. Reporter: It took her a month to identify that person as the heisman hopeful. But winston's questioned by police, said they walked in whale they were having sex. Was there anything that she said or you saw her do that made you think that she was -- she didn't want to have sex? No. Reporter: The eyewitnesses telling police, winston took the girl home a few minutes later and quickly returned. The newly-released documents shed light on the investigation that led to the state attorney decision last week not to file sexual assault charges against the quarterback. We do not file a charge if we do not feel we have sufficient evidence to make the charge. Reporter: For "good morning america," matt gutman, abc news, new york. Just want this one to go away. I think all sides do.
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