Arlene Moorman

Arlene Moorman, who alleged that boxer Mike Tyson raped her, sits beside attorney Gloria Allred. Days earlier the San Bernardino County district attorney's office had said it would not file rape charges against Tyson because it lacked evidence to prove the case to a jury. "My suffering has been magnified by their decision," Moorman said at the news conference at Allred's office. Moorman accused Tyson of sexually assaulting her the month before in a home he was renting near Big Bear Lake. The former heavyweight champion had been training there for an upcoming fight.
la-me-allred08_gidtsxkf

( Rick Meyer / Los Angeles Times / August 20, 2001 )

Arlene Moorman, who alleged that boxer Mike Tyson raped her, sits beside attorney Gloria Allred. Days earlier the San Bernardino County district attorney's office had said it would not file rape charges against Tyson because it lacked evidence to prove the case to a jury. "My suffering has been magnified by their decision," Moorman said at the news conference at Allred's office. Moorman accused Tyson of sexually assaulting her the month before in a home he was renting near Big Bear Lake. The former heavyweight champion had been training there for an upcoming fight.

  • Email E-mail
  • add to Twitter Twitter
  • add to Facebook Facebook
  • Home Delivery Home Delivery

PHOTO GALLERIES

TOP VIDEO

CONNECT WITH US


2013 YEAR IN REVIEW
Look for this special section in your
Baltimore Sun newspaper on Dec. 29, 2013.
  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • Google Plus
  • RSS Feeds
  • Mobile Alerts and Apps

Contact Us | Newsroom directory | Social Sun