Several days after a barely coherent Jasmine Eiland live streamed her own apparent rape at Opera Atlanta, she has announced her legal representation in the matter. Sexual assault attorneys Joshua Palmer and Chris Stewart have issued a statement to that effect today, revealing that they will conduct an independent investigation of the incident.
"Stewart has represented numerous women who've been victims of sexual assault including Hope Cheston, who was awarded a $1 billion jury verdict against a security company following her assault," reads the statement shared by Stewart Trial Attorneys.
“No woman should go through something like this," reads a post by Palmer. "The facts will be discovered and how this happened will come to light.”
Two separate Facebook live streams documenting Eiland's apparent sexual assault had been deleted after being viewed by hundreds. Clips had been retrieved and sent to EDM.com on the morning of January 21st.
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In the days since the incident came to light, Zedd canceled his February 1st performance at Opera Atlanta. Local promoter subtle also relocated a January 25th event headlined by Ciszak vs Bot.
Stewart Trial Attorneys' statement says that Jasmine Eiland and Chris Stewart will address the media "in the coming days."