Dallas Police Finds Insufficient Evidence in Sexual Assault Allegations Against Cowboys QB Dak Prescott

The Dallas Police Department has concluded its investigation into the sexual assault allegations against Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott, finding insufficient evidence to pursue criminal charges.

The Dallas Police Department has announced that it has found insufficient evidence to pursue sexual assault charges against Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott. The investigation was prompted by a woman, Victoria Shores, who claimed that Prescott exposed himself and sexually assaulted her in the backseat of an SUV outside a Dallas strip club in 2017.

Shores only recently filed a police report in March 2024, several years after the alleged incident. Prescott and his legal team have denied the accusations from the beginning, and Prescott even filed a lawsuit against Shores, claiming her allegations were an extortion plot. Prescott’s attorney, Levi McCathern, stated that the police investigation’s findings vindicate Prescott and that the accuser and her attorneys are “just as guilty as Dak is innocent.”

While no criminal charges will be filed, the civil court battle between Prescott and Shores is set to continue. Shores’ attorneys have stated that they believe the investigation showed “inconsistencies” in Prescott’s story and that they are moving forward with their counterclaims. However, a criminal defense attorney not associated with the case believes the lack of criminal charges will likely negatively impact Shores’ civil case, as jurors may question why no charges were brought if the alleged assault occurred.

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