By Robert Littal 


This doesn’t mean Jameis is guilty of rape, what it does mean is at some point his DNA got on his accuser’s underwear.

How that specifically happened we still don’t know, but she is accusing of him of rape (read her statement here), so it isn’t a far fetched to say it was probably from some sort of sexual activities.

A DNA analysis completed by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement on Tuesday confirmed that DNA provided by Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston matched the sample taken from the underwear of a woman who has accused him of sexual battery.

According to the DNA analysis report, a copy of which was viewed by on Wednesday, the Florida state crime lab determined that the chances of the DNA in the woman’s underwear are a match for someone other than Winston was one in 2.2 trillion.

Once again, it doesn’t make him guilty of anything and we don’t know specifically what this means, but the notion he wasn’t there at all or was a bystander obviously isn’t true.

Something happened in that apartment, we don’t know the truth at this point, but hopefully we will soon.