THE OLD "I WAS DRUNK AND DIDN'T KNOW WHAT I WAS DOING EXCUSE!"
Update: Hawk fan says bathroom sex scandal "ruined my life"
A Carroll woman who was caught having sex in the men's room at an Iowa Hawkeye football game in Minneapolis last weekend says she’d had so much wine before kickoff that she doesn’t remember walking into the restroom, the man she had sex with in a stall, or when the police opened the door.
What Lois Feldman, 38, will remember is the humiliation afterward.
“It’s ruined my life,” she said through tears today. “Not just the incident but the press."
Feldman, a married mother of three, has been the target of Internet jokes and prank telephone calls today. She was fired this morning from an assisted living center, where she had been an administrator.
Feldman said her husband, Kelly, has been supportive. She said he faults himself for not going with her when she left her seat to use the restroom before halftime.
“I don’t know what happened,” Lois Feldman said. “But I don’t deny that it did happen because obviously there are police reports.”
Police ticketed Feldman, 38, and Ross Walsh, 26, of Linden for indecent conduct Saturday night.
A security guard who said he saw the two having sex through a gap in a men’s restroom stall flagged down campus police, according to the police report.
By the time an officer arrived, about a dozen people were cheering and laughing in the bathroom while Feldman and Walsh were inside the stall, the report said.
The officer pushed his way through the crowd, opened the door and separated Feldman and Walsh, the report said.
Police described both Feldman and Walsh as upset, drunk and uncooperative.
Chuck Miner, deputy chief of the University of Minnesota police department, said officers tracked down Feldman’s husband.
“I’m not sure how they made contact with her husband, but they needed her husband to help identify her” because she’d given the wrong middle name.
Miner said police didn’t measure the blood-alcohol level of Feldman or Walsh. Asked to respond to Feldman’s claim that she was too drunk to recall the incident, Miner said: “That’s probably an accurate statement.”
Feldman said she’d never met Walsh.
“I don’t know who this man is,” she said today. “I just found out his name in the paper last night.”
Walsh wasn’t immediately available for comment.
Carroll, Feldman’s hometown, is about 60 miles northwest of Linden, where Walsh lives.
Feldman, who describes herself as a light drinker, drank wine at the home of family friends before the football game.
She said she doesn’t remember how much she drank, but the party’s hosts refilled her glass each time it was low “so I’m sure I drank a lot.”
Feldman said her husband later told her he’d tried to talk her out of the game because she was intoxicated.
“He said I didn’t realize it was that bad,” she said.
Feldman said her husband accompanied her to the game, but their friends stayed home.
She said she remembers sitting in the stands one moment and the next “being slammed around by a cop and screaming.”
“Apparently I was panicked and very uncooperative,” she said.
Feldman said she “ran away” from her husband the Metrodome after the incident.
She said a woman she didn’t know offered her a ride home about 11 p.m.
Feldman said she gave her husband’s cell phone number to the woman, who called Kelly Feldman for directions to the couple’s hotel.
Lois Feldman said her attorney has encouraged her to fight the ticket.
“He feels I was taken advantage of in my state of mind,” she said. “This is not me. We’re a very good family. This shouldn’t happen.”
Miner, the campus police officer, said fighting the indecent conduct charge could be a long shot.
“It’s spelled out in the law in Minnesota that intoxication is not a defense to any crime,” he said.
Voted : Pardon me...
... but you've mistaken me for someone who gives a damn.
ANYBODY NOTICE HOW KIND AND UNDERSTANDING HER HUSBAND IS BEING!
When was the last time a WOMAN acted that way when she caught her husband cheating?
ALSO: She's says she couldn't remember anything BEFORE she got, but doesn't have any problem remembering anything AFTER she got caught! She didn't have any trouble remembering to NOT give her real name to the police!
TRUTHSEEKER: Thanks for the white flag. It's aways best to surrender early.
What's your point? That some guy reacted good to his wife running around on him? For every 1 case like that I can give you probably 10 or more that ended with the husband putting a bullet in the wife's brain.
Oh yeah. Husbands shooting their wife in the head. Happens all the time. MAYBE WHERE YOU LIVE!
^Mmm hmm, "In The Greatest Country On Earth. AMERICA!"
Voted : Woman Are Just As Bad As Men These Days
Everybody is capable of the same badness and the same goodness. It's not gender-related nor hardwired.
Grapost, I once re,marked that arguing with you is akin to running head-first into a chain saw. As I'm not into self-mutilation...
HERE WE GO AGAIN! NOW SHE CLAIMS SHE WAS THE VICTIM!
HA HA HA! It never fails WOMEN ALWAYS claim they at "the victim." It's a part they have been playing since the beginning of time and society ALWAYS BUYS IT!
Woman in Metrodome sex incident says she was victim
Friday, November 28, 2008
MINNEAPOLIS - While police say a high-profile indecent conduct case in the Minneapolis Metrodome Saturday is closed, a Carroll woman involved in it told the Daily Times Herald she believes she was a victim of foul play rather than a willing collaborator.
Lois K. Feldman, 38, of Carroll, and Ross M. Walsh, 26, of Linden, were ticketed for indecent conduct after they were reportedly caught engaging in sexual activity in a Metrodome men's restroom handicapped stall during the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers game with the Iowa Hawkeyes. More than a dozen people in the restroom were cheering Feldman and Walsh by the time authorities arrived, a University of Minnesota Police report says.
Feldman acknowledged drinking heavily before the game and says she doesn't remember being in the bathroom.
"I would never ever do that," Feldman said. "My kids are my life. I go to church every Sunday."
Information obtained in police reports and during an interview with University of Minnesota Police Chief Greg Hestness revealed no suggestion or evidence that the incident was anything but consensual on the part of both Walsh and Feldman.
But Feldman tells the Daily Times Herald she may have been drugged or otherwise victimized.
"Everybody thinks something got put in my drink," Feldman said.
She offers no further details as to how that might have happened or who may have been involved.
"Right, and that's what my attorney and I are working on," Feldman said.
Contacted this morning and asked if Feldman was planning to file a complaint or seek a reopening of the investigation in Minneapolis, Jeff Minnich of Carroll, Feldman's attorney, said he had no comment.
The Daily Times Herald sought to contact Walsh, but there is no phone listing with the address he gave police. An Avalon Security officer, Craig Andrashko, who was listed in the police report as the first witness to the incident, did not return a phone call.
But in the police report, Andrashko described what he observed as "sexual intercourse."
Hestness said the case is closed by citation.
When asked to respond to Feldman's suggestion that she is a victim of a crime, Hestness said: "All I can say is the actions went on for some period of time with many witnesses on hand and no one reported either party was objecting."
Hestness said Feldman made no allegations to the officers at the scene about the incident being non-consensual.
"If the implication is lack of consent due to intoxication, I guess that could be true for either party, however, they declined the officer's request to submit to an (alcohol test) so the extent of intoxication cannot be demonstrated," Hestness said.
Hestness largely talked about the incident in the context of the binge-drinking atmosphere at many college football venues.
"We will be attending our annual Big 10 chiefs conference next month (in Iowa)," Hestness said. "I suspect this case and the flood of last summer will be big topics."
The University of Minnesota has been without an on- campus stadium since 1980 when Memorial Stadium closed and the Gophers began sharing the Metrodome. The team will move into TCF Bank Stadium next fall with the opening game against Air Force.
"The absence of public alcohol sales at our stadium per Big 10 standards will be a welcome change," Hestness said.
This Lowlife Bitch is the same type that makes false rape charges.
She goes to a bar, gets smashed, takes a guy home with her, and has wild sex with him. The next day she feels guilty and embarrased, so she claims the MAN new she was drunk and took advantage of her, therefore she was raped.
Typical warped Female logic. It's never their fault, they're always the victim.
Also, notice she says how "HER CHILDREN ARE HER WHOLE LIFE."
Typical WOMAN priorities. Her HUSBAND who made a LIFETIME COMMITTMENT to her, isn't considered an important thing in her life, of course until he stops paying for stuff!
After marriage, women always kick their husband to the curb in favor of the kids.