Sharlat's lawyer claims it does not tell all sides.
"There's more to this case than you would think," said Sharlat's attorney.
There are two more victims named in the court documents. One claims she was sexually assaulted by Sharlat at the Hilton Garden Inn in Oconomowoc and, "...the gun was in a holster and on the nightstand."
A second woman claims Sharlat sexually assaulted her, twice.
Toms plans to release her documentary May 18, in hopes it will help other women.
A spokesman for the Department of State sent TODAY'S TMJ4 a statement that reads in part:
"The Department has zero tolerance for sexual assault and takes any and all allegations of sexual assault very seriously."
They add Scharlat has been on administrative leave for three years because of these allegations.