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AP Robert Rothschild, left, and Garrett Wittels, right, listen as their attorney, Richard Sharpstein, talks to reporters after they arrived at the Fort L - Photo

Robert Rothschild, left, and Garrett Wittels, right, listen as their attorney, Richard Sharpstein, talks to reporters after they arrived at the Fort L

Monday June 20, 09:54 PM
Robert Rothschild, left, and Garrett Wittels, right, listen as their attorney, Richard Sharpstein, talks to reporters after they arrived at the Fort Lauderdale, Fla., airport Monday, June 20, 2011. A court in the Bahamas dismissed a rape case Monday against Wittels, the Florida International baseball star, and two friends who were accused of sexually assaulting two American teens after a night of drinking at an island resort. Sharpstein said the accusations stemmed from an apparent attempt to extort money from the Atlantis resort, where the three friends and two 17-year-olds from the United States spent an evening drinking and gambling at the casino in December 2010. (AP Photo/J Pat Carter)