(WOIO) - Law enforcement officials in Georgia released between 50 and 60 audio, videos and DVDs Wednesday in connection with the sexual assault charges against suspended Pittsburgh Steelers player Ben Roethlisberger.
GBI agents released the electronic evidence gathered in the March 5th incident in Milledgeville, Georgia that involved Roethlisberger and a Georgia College student.
In the footage, she says she didn't try to fight him because she thought he had a short temper.
After a deluge of media interest, investigators dropped the charges against the NFL player, citing a lack of evidence to successfully win a criminal case.
Some of the initial evidence gathered after the alleged assault was revealed to the public today.
At the least Roethlisberger was suspended by the NFL this season for six games, but a legal spokesperson for the player say he did nothing wrong in his sexual encounter earlier this year.