Woman accused of trying to extort $100million from Dak Prescott drops her sexual assault lawsuit against Cowboys QB in Dallas and refiles in another county where she faces countersuit from NFL star

  • Victoria Shores sued Dak Prescott last month over an alleged 2017 sexual assault
  • Prescott has since sued her in another county, where she has now refiled 
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The woman who allegedly sought a $100 million payoff from Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has dropped her lawsuit in one county and moved it to another, where she faces a countersuit from the NFL star. 

As seen in court filings obtained by DailyMail.com, Victoria Baleigh Shores’ lawsuit was dismissed without prejudice, allowing her to refile a complaint against Prescott.

And as her attorney, Bethel Zehaie, told DailyMail.com, that is exactly what they’ve done: ‘We’ve refiled in Collin [County] so all lawsuits can be heard together. All of our counterclaims have been filed in Collin County including the sexual assault claim.’

Shores first sued Prescott in Dallas County last month, accusing him of sexually assaulting her in the parking lot of a Dallas-area strip club in 2017.

Through his attorney, Levi G. McCathern, Prescott has claimed the sex was consensual.

Dallas police are investigating claims of alleged sexual assault against Dak Prescott

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