I don't recall anyone publicly detailing the contents of the rape kit. If there is evidence of force that has been made public I am not aware of it. What seems to be at issue is the victims state of mind. It was first reported that she was intoxicated. Then the lab results came back showing she wasn't Of course, none of that should have been made public. So, if she was evaluated for intoxication it suggests she was under the influence of something. It may be that something that the SAO is trying to get further information about. Using a date rape drug is an enhanced Felony. Evidence of this may result in the arrest of at least one of Winstons alibi witnesses. We will see.