Counsel for Elizabeth Holmes appeared to be taken aback after federal prosecutors announced their intention to strike the Theranos founder’s trial testimony about alleged sexual violence she experienced.

The Williams & Connolly trial team defending Holmes rested their case Wednesday after her testimony, after roughly three months of trial and with Holmes as the only defense witness. Before the parties launch into closing arguments about the alleged misrepresentations Holmes made to investors and patients of her defunct blood-testing company, prosecutors are attempting to remove from the record Holmes’ testimony that she was raped as a student at Stanford, as well as testimony that former boyfriend and Theranos executive Ramesh “Sunny” Balwani forced her to have sex on multiple occasions.