Documents released in case of Orlando police officer accused of forced sex

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ORLANDO, Fla. - Hundreds of pages of discovery documents were released in the case against a former Orlando police officer accused of forcing a woman to have sex with him.

A woman accused Johnson of taking her to a police substation after he arrested her in October, and forcing her to have sex.

In Johnson's statement, released Wednesday, he initially denied taking the woman to the substation, but later said she had gone inside the substation to use the bathroom.

The woman said that Johnson gave her $40 after having sex with her.

In a handwritten note, released with the documents, the woman wrote: "He should be held accountable for his actions, just like I'm being held accountable for mine."

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