"There's a video?" she asked. "I'm sorry, did you say there's a video? There's no video, trust me."
According to The Star-Ledger report, Hermann told the newspaper that Hineline was fired because of performance issues. She told the newspaper she could not recall attending Hineline's wedding and said that because she was a witness at the 1997 trial, she would not have been permitted in the courtroom when the wedding video was played.
"On the matter of the litigation, that issue was addressed many years ago and was known to Rutgers. I am sorry for the confusion I created by misspeaking about the existence of a video tape," Hermann said Monday. "It was recorded nearly 20 years ago and I simply did not recall the video tape until I saw it in media reports."
Obiala told CNN that she and her former teammates aren't trying to create problems for Hermann.
"We weren't trying to cause any waves. Honestly, I don't think any of us expected it to get to this point," she said. "Hopefully, at this point Julie's changed, and she's realized what a program needs."
The former players, Obiala said, have moved forward.
"Once the (athletic) department acknowledged our letter and gave us the opportunity to speak with her, and she chose not to coach for us anymore, we all accepted it. We said our piece. We've moved on," she said. "We're moms, we're career women, and we're happy."