LAKE DELTON, Wis. (WTAQ) - Police are looking into whether a member of the Green Bay Packers was involved in an alleged sexual assault at a condo in Lake Delton Saturday morning.
The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports sources say the player linked to the alleged incident is cornerback Brandon Underwood.
Police say 7 Packers were at a condo where 2 women contend the assault occurred. Six Packers have been interviewed and released and police don't think they're involved in the alleged incident.
The 6 players interviewed are QB Matt Flynn, G Josh Sitton, FB Korey Hall, LB Brad Jones, LB Clay Matthews and S Khalil Jones.
Village police chief Thomas Dorner tells FOX 11 the 2 women who claim they were assaulted were invited to the condo by the seventh Packer under investigation.
Police say he acknowledges having sex with the two women, ages 31 and 33, from Milwaukee. But stories differ on whether the women agreed to it.
"They are claiming that it was non-consensual and he is claiming that it was consensual," said Dorner. "I think it's a case of kind of the classic his word against her word, her word against his word type of thing at this point."
According to police, the women in the case changed their story from their initial account with police when they indicated more than one player was involved. During a second interview at the station police say they made it clear only the player they arrived with was involved.
"It's troubling that there would be that difference in recollection as to what happened which is honestly quite a serious difference in recollection. I'm not saying there wasn't a sexual assault there but that is obviously going to cause an issue," said Dorner.
The Journal-Sentinel goes on to say after contacting several anonymous players about the 23-year-old Underwood's possible involvement, they said he's been a problem since he was drafted in 2009.
Meantime, police are putting together facts of the case and turning it over to the Sauk County DA either Monday or Tuesday.