New details emerged Sunday into the investigation of Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Kane.
The woman accusing the hockey star of rape reportedly had bite marks on her shoulders and a scratch on her leg, sources told The Buffalo News, which first reported the story.
The report says the woman claims she and a friend went to Kane's home in Hamburg after meeting him at SkyBar early Sunday morning. She says once there, he followed her into a room and overpowered her around 4 a.m., about an hour after Kane was seen leaving the bar.
The report says she left with her friend and called relatives before going to a hospital for an examination. Local police were then alerted.
Lawyer Paul Cambria confirmed in a text message to The Associated Press on Saturday that he has been hired to represent Kane. Cambria represented Kane in 2009, when he pleaded guilty to a non-criminal charge of disorderly conduct after being accused of assaulting a Buffalo cab driver over 20 cents.
Saturday was supposed to be Kane's day with the Stanley Cup, but he canceled any public events and instead spent the day with friends and family.
On Friday, Hamburg police confirmed Kane is under investigation for an "incident that allegedly occurred" at the player's offseason home in suburban Buffalo. Hamburg Police Chief Gregory Wickett did not discuss the nature of the investigation. He said police are gathering information and awaiting forensic tests.
The Buffalo News reported Thursday that the Kane investigation focuses on an alleged rape, citing two law enforcement sources. The report says a woman reported being assaulted over the weekend and had testing done via a rape kit at a hospital. WKBW-TV in Buffalo, citing sources, reported that the alleged incident involves Kane and a woman that began at a bar in Evans, N.Y.