Andrea McNulty, the Nevada woman that filed a lawsuit accusing Ben Roethlisberger of sexually assaulting her, reportedly was bragging to a co-worker about their sex and even saying she hoped she would be pregnant. Read more on this story below.
Andrea McNulty told her former co-worker, Angela Antonetti, about having sex with Roethlisberger during a celebrity golf tournament at Harrah’s Lake Tahoe. Antonetti and McNulty both worked there as casino hosts. Antonetti said in a sworn statement that McNulty “expressed to me she was hoping for a ‘little Roethlisberger.”
Antonetti also revealed that Andrea McNulty asked her to travel to Pittsburgh in August 2008 for a Steeler’s game with her so she could try to “run into” Ben Roethlisberger. “I told her that she shouldn’t try to chase Mr. Roethlisberger.”
Also around this time, Antonetti said McNulty wanted to locate Mr. Roethlisberger’s cell phone number from a Harrah’s executive casino host. But she told Andrea it was inappropriate to use Harrah’s resources to contact Roethlisberger.
Another interesting tidbit is that McNulty told Antonetti in the summer of 2007 that she was upset about a married man ending a relationship with her. Shortly after that breakup, Andrea told Antonetti she had started an online romance with “Ben,” a U.S. soldier serving in Iraq. Then in late 2007, McNulty said she had fallen in love with him and they had become engaged.
But talk about crazy, after the 2008 golf tournament, Angela confided to Antonetti that the online romance was a hoax someone had perpetrated on her, an incident that made her “very emotionally distraught.” McNulty even took off work from September until around Thanksgiving.
Antonetti left Harrah’s to work at the Atlantis in Reno,but had lunch with McNulty around March. McNulty told her she planned to sue Harrah’s, that she had a great lawyer and “the lawsuit would be big news that I would definitely hear about.”
Angela Antonetti said she was “absolutely shocked” on July 21 when she heard on the radio thatAndrea McNulty had claimed Mr. Roethlisberger had assaulted her “because I knew [her] allegation ….was false.
“Because I knew that [her] lawsuit and false allegations would unfairly and unjustly hurt Mr. Roethlisberger, I wanted to set the story straight,” she said in the affidavit.
Mr. Roethlisberger’s lawyer, William David Cornwall had this to say: “We will let our filing speak for itself. Unfortunately, as all of our communications with Ben are confidential, it is not appropriate discuss them in any manner.”
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