Assault? What Assault??? Roethlisberger’s Teammate Says He Didn’t See Alleged Incident

- By Bossip Staff

While they share losses and victories on the field, Pittsburgh Steeler’s tackle Willie Colon is trying to separate himself from his buddy, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger’s, alleged sexual assault mess with a quickness! While Colon was in the building on the night of the alleged attack, he claims he didn’t witness anything because he was busy cutting a rug on the the dancefloor. Pop the hood for the latest.

Pittsburgh Steelers tackle Willie Colon was with teammate Ben Roethlisberger on the night the quarterback was accused of sexual assault in a Georgia club, but did not witness anything, Colon’s agent said Wednesday.

Colon was at the Capital City nightclub in Milledgeville, Ga., last Friday, for a birthday party for Roethlisberger. But Joe Linta, Colon’s agent, said in a telephone interview that Colon was on the dance floor and not close by when Roethlisberger allegedly sexually assaulted a 20-year-old college student.

“Willie, although he was in the building, had no knowledge of the incident and his name should not be brought up about this incident again,” Linta said. “The first knowledge he had was when he was stopped when leaving the place to be asked some questions.”

Colon was part of a group of Roethlisberger’s friends who went to Milledgeville to celebrate the quarterback’s 28th birthday.

Colon’s attendance at the party was first reported by the New York Daily News.

Authorities are still investigating the matter and Roethlisberger has not been charged. He is cooperating with authorities and Milledgeville police have said they expect to interview Roethlisberger in the next several days. They plan to take a DNA sample from him.

Colon’s lawyer is doing his best to let the whole world know Willie didn’t do sh*t, Willie didn’t see sh*t and Willie’d like to stay the fu*k out the sh*t. Can’t say that we blame him.

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