“Even the female accuser’s own witnesses contradicted her claims”
Situations like this ruin people’s lives. It’s really sad to see.
Ashe Schow reports at the Daily Wire:
She Claimed He Sexually Assaulted Her Months After He Declined To Date Her. He Was Expelled Despite Her Own Witnesses Backing His Story.
This might be one of the most egregious examples of bias against an accused male student among numerous egregious examples.
The male-accused student at the University of Illinois had text messages, Snapchats, photographs, witnesses, class attendance records, and more all backing up his side of the story. Even the female accuser’s own witnesses contradicted her claims, yet still the male student, referred to only as John Doe in court documents, was expelled.
The female student, referred to in court documents as Jane Roe, didn’t even claim that the sexual encounter was nonconsensual, just that she did not consent to one particular position during the encounter, though she admitted to a friend that she never informed John that she didn’t want to do that particular position.
John and Jane met in September 2019 during a class they shared. The two were assigned to work a group project and exchanged Snapchat messages. Throughout October, according to John’s lawsuit, the two started flirting through social media messages. Jane apparently told her friends she thought John was “attractive” and “nice.” After messaging each other for some time and talking in person, Jane invited John back to her dorm. They eventually started to kiss, and Jane texted her friends, referred to only as U.Z.: “when r u coming back… [John] is tryna lmaooooooooooo.”
To John and his attorneys, this meant Jane was trying to figure out when her roommate would come back so that she and John wouldn’t be disturbed while they had sex. When Jane learned U.Z. wouldn’t come back until 3 p.m., John and Jane engaged in sexual activity. John says in his lawsuit that he asked for Jane’s consent every step of the way: To undress, to have sex, to use protection, etc. John says Jane “enthusiastically consented.” Jane never disputed this during the hearing against John, telling the hearing panel “there was clearly consent.”
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