Of the 30 accusers, the prosecution is slated to ask only 11 to take the stand. Prosecutors have also suggested that DNA evidence links Walker to at least two accusers. Nevertheless, Walker “has pleaded not guilty to six counts of forcible rape, two counts of unlawful intercourse with a minor, and other felonies related to 11 alleged victims in Los Angeles County.”
Per Rolling Stone:
“Mr. Walker was in consensual and voluntary contact with every one of these women. There’s no abduction rape,” his attorney stated earlier this week during a court hearing. “There’s no forced rape. Purportedly, he is giving them information like, ‘Hey, I could put you in a movie. I could put you in a rap video. I could create a star.’ And that’s what gets them to do things they might not normally want to do. And now that the stardom and glory didn’t come to fruition, they’re lying and saying he assaulted them,” Flier tells Rolling Stone. “We believe that every one of these young ladies is lying.”
A model named Sydney Stanford isn’t listed in the case, but she contacted authorities about the assault. According to Stanford, Walker raped her inside a car after he led her to believe he was a photographer.
“Overall, the only way I feel, and I’m sure the other girls too, is just, we can’t wait for it to be over,” Stanford said. “This has been a long time coming for all of us, and I just hope that us seeing this case through will empower other women to speak up and do the same.”
“The DA said that more than 30 women contacted prosecutors with allegations,” she continued. “That’s 30 women that had the strength and had it within themselves to even come up to the police. So imagine how many girls are still left out there that he has harmed or he has hurt that didn’t make it to the police, didn’t make that call, were too scared to say something. Like, imagine how many different humans are out there that he has done this to?”