Seven members of the Green Bay Packers were questioned Saturday in connection with an alleged sexual assault on two women at a popular resort in Wisconsin, Fox 11 reported.
The alleged victims claim that one of the players sexually assaulted them after inviting the two to a rental condominium at the Wilderness Resort in Lake Delton, Wis., where the seven players were staying for a charity golf tournament on Friday.
The two women, ages 31 and 33, reportedly placed 911 calls at 4:17 a.m. on Saturday from the resort, approximately 50 miles north of Madison.
Lake Delton Police Chief Thomas Dorner said all seven players were taken to the police department for questioning, according to Fox 11. Six of the team members were later cleared of any alleged wrongdoing, but a seventh player, who Dorner did not identify, is reportedly still under investigation by police. All seven players were released after questioning.
Dorner said the player admitted to having sex with both women but accounts differ on whether it was consensual, the station reported.
Dorner, who described the incident as a "he said, she said" situation, reportedly said the women changed their story, initially telling police that more than one player was involved in the attack.
"When we first initially had contact with the women doing our initial interviews to find out what's going on, to find out what their complaint was, that was the allegation was they were both sexually assaulted at this condominium and there was more than one person involved with the sexual assault," Dorner told Fox 11.
"It's troubling that there would be that difference in recollection as to what happened, which is honestly quite a serious difference in recollection," he said. "I'm not saying there wasn't a sexual assault there, but that is obviously going to cause an issue."
The Packers organization, meanwhile, released a statement late Saturday, saying, "We are aware of the reported incident and still are gathering facts."