LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Katina Powell's attorney had some strong words in her defense Monday. 

Larry Wilder said if you believe her story is a lie, then no crime was committed. But he says if you believe it's true then more heads should roll.

"Rather than chasing my client through the city of Louisville, slut shaming her and making her the only bad guy in this deal -- if you believe what she wrote -- then you need to start changing your focus," Wilder said. "You need to ask some of the people on high, who are protected by the media, protected by those folks who are on high with them, you need to ask them some questions."

Last week, the commonwealth attorney's office subpoenaed the Indianapolis Business Journal, which published "Breaking Cardinal Rules." 

Wilder says, so far, Powell has not been called to testify before the grand jury.

If she is subpoenaed, Wilder said he'll tell Powell to invoke her fifth amendment right.

In her book, Powell says she provided strippers and prostitutes for players and recruits of the U of L basketball team. And that former graduate assistant coach, Andre McGee, provided the money.

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