The woman accusing Derrick Rose for allegedly gang raping her in 2013 was ordered to reveal her identity once the case moves forward. “Jane Doe” is what she called herself in order to stay anonymous to protect her privacy
Law allows someone who reports themselves as victim of rape to use an alias or pseudonym to protect their privacy rights if they are proceeding with lawsuit. Rose filed court documents that pointed out that Jane Doe abused her privilege by going onto phone interviews and news conferences. Derrick stated that he was growing tired of his accuser using the media outlets to bash him U.S.
Rose accuses the woman of trying to get the case to play out in the court of public opinion so she can get a “large and extortionate settlement payment”. District Judge Michael W. Fitzgerald ruled that she must disclose her real name when the case goes to trial.