The lawsuit alleges that the incident took place on the same night that Jones was caught, possibly intoxicated, in a now-infamous video. Gavin is contending that at about 2 a.m. of the night in question, Jones obstructed her exit, shoved her against the wall of a bathroom and told her, "You aren't going anywhere. I planned this when you walked in" before sexually assaulting her.
The lawsuit then contends that Jones told Gavin he had arranged for he and his driver to take her home, instead taking her to a parking garage, where Jones offered Gavin money and began advancing on her.
In addition, Gavin claims that her purse, which contained $2 million (British sterling) among her passport and other identification, was stolen on the night in question and that to get Gavin to drop the litigation, Jones' advisers gave her enough GHB to put her "in a coma."
It should be noted that on Sept. 20, Gavin was issued a restraining order prohibiting her from contacting Jones, his family, or anyone with the Cowboys.