Ben Roethlisberger's Allegations: From A Different Female Perspective

Summer hamiltonCorrespondent IJuly 26, 2009

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Trish Bennet recently wrote an article about her take on the allegations Big Ben is being charged with. Her article, titled, The Ben Roethlisberger Allegations From A Female Perspective, while being well written, did not express my "female" take on the accusations.

I feel that Ben is completely innocent. Nothing is going to change that, ever, because they cannot prove that he is guilty.

She commented about him pointing to the sky after touchdowns, and talking about his realationship with the Lord calling it hypocrisy. He might or might not be a Christian, ( I believe he is, however), yet that has nothing to do with whether he assaulted her. You can be a Christian and still do something bad. 

Then she went on to say that Andrea Mcnulty was on a high career path at Harrah's. How does she know for sure? Even if she is making 6 figures a year there, (which she might, I don't know), who wouldn't like 400,000 or more extra? She knew that she could say he assaulted her, and get money out of it.

It surprised me very much that Trish is a fan of Ben, because she seems like she thinks he is guilty. If you are a fan, then you know how he is. And, I feel that Ben would never do anything like that. His sincerity at the the press conference to me says he is innocent. The timing of the lawsuit, and absence of criminal complaint, for me, and his lawyer, proves his innocence.

And about the comment, " Ben can do better", he can.