"We cannot prove this case beyond a reasonable doubt," Hunter said. Lynch's attorney, M. Gerald Schwartzbach, said he was "delighted" that no charges were filed and suggested the accuser had money as a motive. The accuser and Lynch had graduated from Oakland Tech together in 2003. At one point, they had a relationship. Lynch is also expected to be a first round pick in the upcoming National Football League draft, a position that could earn him millions of dollars. "Marshawn had broken up with her and she didn't take it very well and her mother did not take it very well," he said. "People had known that someday (Marshawn) would have been making a lot of money. There are people out there that might think he is their ticket out of a certain lifestyle or a certain living situation." In addition to the conflicting statements, court documents show Lynch's accuser also had a troubled relationship with her own attorney. While trying to win a permanent restraining order, the accuser's lawyer, Sandra Banks, was also trying to take herself off the case. Banks claimed the accuser did not want her as an attorney and that their "communication has deteriorated to such a degree that counsel cannot continue to represent petitioner," Banks wrote in a court document. "The communication is far too hostile for counsel to communicate in any reasonable way," she added. Banks did not return phone calls seeking comment.
Authorities also said that some statements made by the woman in an application for a restraining order against Lynch -- which was granted last Friday by a judge -- "were never told to police." Hunter said the woman made a report to