NBA superstar Derrick Rose claims an ex-girlfriend who accused him of gang rape consented to having group sex with him and his crew.

Rose made the statement in court documents obtained by USA Today.

The unidentified woman told police she dated Rose two years before they broke up in July 2013 after she refused to have sex with his homies.

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TLC performs live at the BBT Center in Sunrise

Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas of the pop group TLC filed a lawsuit against a Gwinnett County firm after the firm failed to deliver a Cadillac Escalade EXT as promised.

Thomas filed a $27,500 lawsuit against Atlanta Highline Consulting LLC, a car and truck brokerage firm owned by Joshua William Waddell on Sept. 18.

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Bobbi Kristina and Nick Gordon

Bobbi Kristina Brown’s boyfriend, Nick Gordon was served with a $10 million lawsuit at a Longwood, Florida Starbucks. Gordon reportedly fled the Atlanta area for Florida after he learned he was considered the main suspect in Brown’s accidental drowning at her Roswell town home in late January.

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Pilar Sanders

A Texas judge threw the book at Pilar Sanders, the obstinate ex-wife of NFL legend Deion Sanders, for violating a child custody agreement by not returning his children to him on time. Pilar was booked into a Dallas jail on Tuesday where she will serve out a seven day sentence.

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Joshua Sole arrested

Joshua Sole is the type of pretty boy who director/playwright Tyler Perry prefers to cast in his films and plays. But the 27-year-old Dunwoody resident quickly wore out his welcome when he literally dropped into Perry’s Atlanta area movie studio uninvited.

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Kaci Hickox

A nurse who was placed under forced quarantine in New Jersey after arriving from West Africa says she will sue the state of NJ.

Despite testing negative for Ebola twice, Kaci Hickox is being held inside a specialized tent at University Hospital in Newark, NJ.

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Central Park 5

A federal judge has signed off on a $41 million settlement for the five men who were wrongly convicted of raping and beating a Central Park jogger 24 years ago. The settlement ends a long battle with the city of NY.

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