The attorney for a woman who accused a Chicago Blackhawks player of sexual assault abruptly quit on Thursday, in a twist that follows allegations of evidence tampering. Thomas Eoannou said he was withdrawing from the case against Patrick Kane because he wasn’t confident in the way an allegedly open evidence bag came into his possession. The news comes one day after Eoannou said an evidence bag had been found at the front door of the accuser’s mother. Kane’s lawyer, Paul Cambria, responded, calling the investigation “forever tainted” and that it was clear “a misrepresentation was made.” However, suburban Chicago police said no one tampered with the evidence, which is all accounted for and remains in its original packaging, according to Erie County Commissioner of Central Police Services John Glascott. District Attorney Frank Sedita is expected to hold a news conference Friday to address the allegations.