Transcript for Alleged Victim Testifies in Vanderbilt Sexual Assault Trial
That bombshell trial in Tennessee to former Vanderbilt built university football players accused of sexually assaulting a female students. The alleged victim taking the stand on Thursday and ABC's Steve Ellison Sami has that story. Books and excitement your remember. Are reaching out unfamiliar room at 8 something the next morning. The alleged rape victim at Vanderbilt University finally telling her story to Tennessee jurors to protect her identity the court is keeping her off camera. And were altering her voice you do you. Feel injuries it. Clinton I'm store owner she's now 21 years old and working on a Ph.D. in neuroscience. The former dance team member says she was drinking that night in June of 2013. Saying she met up with former Vanderbilt football player Brandon Vandenberg at a bar. Before she blacked out. Had you ever had this feeling from drinking before the lawyer thing. Whenever colleagues. Bam and Bergen as former teammate Corey Beatty are pleading not guilty to charges of aggravated rape and sexual battery. Saying that everyone had too much drink. What did he tell you. He told me in that. Sorry and concert in his room open that he can just an orientation terror meaning. It was the police who told her days later that she may have been raped after watching surveillance video for football players carrying her into her door she says she later saw the cell phone video recorded that night during the alleged rape. And heard the laughter. The tape played in court Thursday. Prosecutors say the young men were sharing the video with France. To knowingly consent to anything you have to be at least chips for Good Morning America Steve listen Sami ABC news Atlanta. And you can see more on the Vanderbilt case tonight on 20/20 at 10 PM 9 eastern right here on ABC.
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