Videos show Madison Brooks was not raped, abandoned: lawyer

A lawyer representing Madison Brooks, the woman at the center of a viral video showing her being left in a parking lot, has come forward to say that she was not raped or abandoned as the video suggested.

The video, which was shared widely on social media, showed a man leaving Brooks in a parking lot and driving away. This led many people to assume that the man had raped her and then abandoned her.

However, Brooks’ lawyer, David Lane, has said that the video does not tell the whole story. Lane says that Brooks and the man in the video were in a consensual relationship and that the man was not abandoning her, but rather dropping her off at a friend’s house.

Lane also says that Brooks was not raped, as some people had speculated. He says that Brooks was not physically harmed in any way and that she was not the victim of any crime.

The video has since been removed from social media, but the incident has sparked a debate about the dangers of posting and sharing videos without knowing the full story.

It is important to remember that, even in the digital age, it is important to get all of the facts before making assumptions or judgments about people. In this case, it appears that the video did not tell the whole story and that Brooks was not the victim of a crime.