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© St. Petersburg Times, published October 1, 2000


Woman alleges sexual assault

CLEVELAND -- A woman has filed a lawsuit against Browns linebacker Jamir Miller and Patriots defensive back Antonio Langham, a former Brown, alleging that they and others sexually assaulted her on a boat last summer.

The lawsuit filed Friday in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court alleges that the assault took place July 31, 1999, while the woman was working for a boat dealer. Miller and Langham were on the boat that day.

Langham's agent, Pat Dye Jr., said Saturday night that Langham "unequivocally and categorically" denies he was involved and will "vigorously" defend himself against the allegations.

The Browns said a team investigation "indicated no wrongdoing by Jamir Miller."

PROTEST PLANNED: The family of a man killed after a Super Bowl party plans to protest outside the stadium before today's Ravens-Browns game.

Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis was charged with murder in the deaths of Richard Lollar and another man in Atlanta in January.

Lewis ended his trial by pleading guilty to a misdemeanor charge of obstruction of justice.

GIANTS: Kicker Brad Daluiso will not play today because of a bad back. Jaret Holmes signed.

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