Crystal Magnum maintains she was attacked

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Crystal Magnum, the woman at the center of the Duke lacrosse case, appeared publicly today for the first time since making the allegations two years ago. She maintains that she was attacked in an upcoming book.

From the AP:

Even as I try to move on with my life, I still find it necessary to take one more stand and fight, she writes in the book, The Last Dance for Grace: The Crystal Mangum Story. I want to assert, without equivocation, that I was assaulted. Make of that what you will. You will decide what that means to you because the state of North Carolina saw fit not to look at all that happened the night I became infamous.

Anyone out there going to buy this book?

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