Roethlisberger's Attorney Rejects Rape Accuser's Offer to Drop Suit If He Admits, Apologizes

The attorney for Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is rejecting a settlement offer by a former Nevada casino worker who claims the Super Bowl winner sexually assaulted her.

Roethlisberger attorney David Cornwell says the woman's offer is bizarre.

The accuser, Andrea McNulty, wants Roethlisberger to admit to the allegations, apologize and donate $100,000 to the Committee to Aid Abused Women, a Reno nonprofit organization that offers support to domestic violence victims.

In a statement Wednesday, Cornwell says the proposal insults women who have legitimately suffered from sexual misconduct.

McNulty filed a civil suit against the Super Bowl-winning quarterback in July, accusing him of assaulting her in 2008 in a hotel across the street from a golf course where he was playing in a celebrity tournament.

She did not file a complaint with the police, and no criminal charges have been brought against Roethlisberger, who denies the allegations.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.