Derrick Rose being sued by ex - accused of rape and drugging

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Derrick Rose has not had a great time of things in the past few years, and now it has just gotten even worse.

On the court, Rose has been plagued by a whole host of knee injuries, never fully being able to sustain a run on the hard-wood before the point guard finds himself back on the physio's table in the locker room. 

And things aren't going great off the court either, as the Chicago Bulls star is now being sued by an ex-girlfriend, who is claiming that Rose drugged and raped her.


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Drugged and Raped

According to a report from TMZ Sports, Rose's accuser, identified only as Jane Doe, said she and the three-time All-Star guard dated from 2011 to 2013.

Per the report, Rose and two friends invited the ex-girlfriend to Rose's home in Beverly Hills, California, where they slipped a drug into her drink with the aim of raping her.

"The plaintiff says she escaped the house with a friend, but later that night, Rose and his friends broke into her apartment and gang raped her while she was incapacitated," the report states.

"She says she remembers only "flashes" of the incident, but can remember the defendants forcibly raping her."

There is no criminal report filed in this case. Rose nor his attorney have yet to comment on the report or suit. We'll have to wait and see what happens.

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