The lawyer for a man accused of kidnapping, tying up and raping a woman in a remote Smoky Mountain cabin released a photo yesterday of the woman with the man smiling happily.
Jansen tried to convince police that the woman, whose identity is being withheld because she may be the victim of a sexual assault, was with him voluntarily and that she enjoyed bondage.
The photo released by Jansen's lawyer is the latest evidence that has raised questions about the accusations leveled by the woman.
The picture, according to the lawyer, Don Bosch, shows them smiling together at the strip club Tattletales where he claims she worked. Bosch said that Jansen would spend up to $1,000 a night with her at Tattletales where he knew her as "Violet."
The attorney also released the results of a June 1 lie detector test administered to Jansen that he reportedly passed.
In addition, Bosch released photos of herself the woman allegedly sent to Jansen, credit card receipts for a facial and a dinner he allegedly paid for the woman, and surveillance videos of Jansen in a convenience store and at a busy gas station on the day he was accused of kidnapping the woman.
A man who answered the phone at the woman's house said he didn't know where she was. She did not return ABCNews.com's phone call.
Earlier this week, it was learned that the accuser has a history of making false reports of rape and being stabbed.
Maj. Ron Hunton of the Cherokee County Sheriff's Department, about 30 miles north of Atlanta, told ABCNews.com earlier this week that the woman twice called police in August 2005, saying she had been kidnapped from her apartment by two Hispanic men and taken behind a Kohl's store and raped.
"Once her story quickly unraveled, the short version is the evidence didn't match what she was saying," Hunton said. "She eventually admitted that she made the allegation up."
Hunton said she pleaded guilty and was sentenced to probation and community service.
But while investigating the woman's story, Hunton said they turned up an arrest from Henry County in 2004 where she had made very similar claims that turned out to be false -- that she was kidnapped and raped by Hispanic men. Hunton said she was never charged in that incident.
And in Fannin County, Hunton said the woman pleaded guilty to another count of making a false report after claiming she had been stabbed.
Jansen was charged with aggravated kidnapping and aggravated rape. He was released after posting $800,000 bond. His wife has left him and taken their two children with her, a lawyer for the wife told ABCNews.com.
The case gained notoriety when pizza deliveryman Chris Turner was initially hailed as a hero for rescuing the woman.
Turner, who worked for Capelli's Pizza & Subs, told ABCNews.com that he initially didn't know what to think when he delivered the large supreme pizza, 10 hot wings and four bottles of 20-ounce soda to the cabin.
Turner, 32, said he saw the woman, whose name is not being released due to her accusation of sexual assault, laying on the couch when he asked Jansen to sign the credit card slip for the purchase.
The woman, on her back with her wrists tied, lifted herself up to look at Turner, he said, and mouthed "Call 911."