One of the prosecutors in the Kobe Bryant sexual assault case is speaking out -- now that a judge's gag order no longer applies.
Dana Easter says the 20-year-old alleged victim became, quote,
"physically ill'' on the eve of the trial, as she thought about what kind of evidence would be presented about her.
But had the case gone to trial, Easter says prosecutors could have proven the woman was raped -- based on her injuries, Bryant's statement to investigators, and testimony from three people who saw
her after the alleged assault.
Easter also denied defense claims that the woman slept with someone else soon after the encounter with Bryant.
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