In 2014, a white female student at the University of Findlay accused two black athletes of sexually assaulting her. The university expelled the two men 24 hours later without bothering to interview witnesses who would have contradicted the accusation. According to the two men’s lawsuit against Findlay, investigators ignored considerable evidence that the accuser did not merely consent to sex—she bragged about it later. In my original write-up of the lawsuit, I called it perhaps the most blatantly unfair Title IX case I had ever covered. That dispute is still working its way through the courts…One of the young men, Alphonso Baity, was finally able to find a basketball program that would let him on the team. That’s quite an accomplishment. Students expelled for sexual misconduct have a tough time earning admission to another school, no matter how farcical the charges against them. But National College Athletic Association won’t let Baity play. Baity’s ongoing ordeal should serve as a powerful reminder of why due process protections are so important. False accusations really do have the power to derail lives and end promising careers.
reason.com By Robby Soave
STATS & T9 False Accusers
Misinterpreting 1 in 5 data, & Accusers (mostly female) who tell false stories (for attention) about being assaulted
The woman who accused Liam Allan said he had raped her, and that she did not enjoy sex with him. Thousands of her text messages said otherwise…What happened to Allan is happening on college campuses across America. The most famous example occurred at Amherst College. A blacked out male student received oral sex from his girlfriend’s roommate, who turned around two years later and accused him of sexual assault. After he was expelled, his attorney discovered text messages from the accuser making clear she knew she had done something wrong that night and her roommate would be mad about it. With “victim-centered” training for college investigators and campus police, incidents like this will be more common. Victim centered training insists investigators believe accusers and that any shifty behavior or lies they tell are the result of trauma. In other words, no matter what they do, they’re telling the truth.
thefederalist.com By Ashe Schow
A former Sacred Heart University student, accused of making up rape allegations against two football players to gain sympathy from a perspective boyfriend, rejected a plea agreement for the second time Wednesday. Yovino claimed she was raped in 2016, by the two young men in a bathroom during an off-campus party. However, pressed three months later about inconsistencies in her statement, police said Yovino admitted she had made the allegations up. Yovino is charged with second-degree falsely reporting an incident and tampering with or fabricating physical evidence.
ctpost.com By Daniel Tepfer
Below is a list of documented false accusations by college females. This list demonstrates why constitutional due process is essential during Title IX sex hearings.
At Austin Peay State University a female student reported a sex assault by a stranger. Campus police determined that the events as described did not occur, and the female false accuser later told the APSU police that she was not assaulted. Nov. 2016
Clemson University Student, Abbriyanna Rai-Beth Dutill made a false accusation to the police. The police charged Ms. Dutill for filing a false police report. Mar. 2016
At Clemson University campus police say a report of a student being sexually assaulted on campus is untrue. Sept. 2016
At College of Charleston two students had a valentine hook up date. Afterward the female fabricated an assault and accused her date of rape. Paul Robinson was always innocent and was cleared by a jury. Dec. 2017
Colorado State University-Pueblo settled with falsely accused Grant Neal. July 2017
Columbia University settled with Innocent Accused Paul Nungesser. July 2017
At Cornell University a false accusation was made against basketball player Xavier Eaglin. He was always innocent, and the court agreed. All charges against Xavier were dropped. Aug.2017
At Delta College- University Center Michigan student Mary Zolkowski falsely reported to campus police that she was attacked and raped. Zolkowski was charged with one count of falsely reporting a felony. Aug. 2107
DUKE RAPE HOAX-10 Years Later: Black stripper Crystal Gail Mangum, (currently in prison for murdering her boyfriend) falsely accused three white athletes of rape. Mar 2016
George Washington University student Mariam Kashani falsely accused two black men of raping a white girl at knife point. After all hell broke loose on campus, Kashani’s lawyer called the campus police to say her client had completely fabricated the interracial rape. Dec. 1990
At Hofstra University female Danmell Ndonye falsely accused 5 innocent males of rape when her new boyfriend found out she had sex. Later Danmell admitted her sex orgy was consensual. Sept. 2009
Liberty University says a female student that reported an abduction and sexual assault was not true. Oct. 2017
Lindenwood University student, Joanna Newberry lied, saying that she was attacked in the basement bathroom of Butler Library. Newberry was dismissed from Lindenwood, and charged with a misdemeanor count of making a false report. March 2014
Miami University, serial accuser Angela Cameronis , and other officials were sued for discredited allegations againt David Jia. Jia is seeking justice against the university that railroaded him. Jan. 2017
Michigan State University campus police say a false rape report was filed, accusing three black males of assault. Investigators said the report was false, and an attempted sex assault ‘didn’t actually happen.’ Oct. 2017
Rape Hoax at Northwestern University when four females falsely claimed they were raped. After the shrieking protests and hysteria ensued it was determined that the source of the false rape accusations were anonymous phone calls. Vice President for Student Affairs Patricia Telles had to admit the accusations were false. April 2017
At Pomona College a female falsely accused a male student of assault. There was never an assault. The male is innocent and the court agreed. Oct. 2017
At Princeton, Mindy Brickman falsely accused a male student of raping her. When Brickman’s claim fell apart, she wrote an apology in the pages of the Princetonian newspaper, noting that she had never once talked to the man she falsely accused. 1991
At Rollins College student Desiree Nall falsely accused two men of raping her in a bathroom. After the rape hoax was exposed, Nall was charged for making a false statement to police. April 2005
Sacred Heart University former student Nikki Yovino was accused of making up rape allegations against two football players to gain sympathy from a prospective boyfriend. She was charged with second-degree falsely reporting an incident and fabricating physical evidence. Nov. 2017
Swarthmore College admitted they acted unfairly in charging a male student with sex assault. Nov. 2014
University of Alabama student, Emma Mannion falsely claimed she was raped by two men. Video surveillance didn’t support her accusation, and eventually Emma acknowledged she lied. Emma Mannion was arrested on a misdemeanor charge of filing a false report.
At University of California, Santa Cruz Morgan Triplett (a UC Santa Barbara student) found a male on Craigslist to beat her up and have sex with her. She then reported it as rape. Police confirmed that Morgan’s story was a rape hoax. “She was suicidal, and she wanted something to almost bring her back to reality.” April 2013
University of Central Oklahoma’s police say a female student who reported an abduction, and sex assault by two men is false. Sept. 2017
UNC-Chapel Hill’s opportunist white girl Delaney Robinson falsely accused black athlete Allen Artis of assault. Allen Artis was always innocent, and thankfully he could afford a lawyer.
University of Florida former student Tanya Borachi lied to police about being bound and gagged. Borachi’s family was expecting her to graduate soon, but she wasn’t enrolled. Borachi told police she fabricated the story. Police charged her with filing a false police report. May 2013
University of Oklahoma’s Rodney Anderson was falsely accused by opportunist liar Courtney Thornton. Thornton was accused of lodging a false rape accusation against Mr. Anderson. Dec. 2017
University of Oregon A female student falsely accused basketball player Kavell Bigby-Williams of assault. “No charges have been nor will be filed in the case.” Aug. 2017
At University of Pennsylvania Jane Doe falsely accused John Doe of assault. Rather than be exposed for its faulty and covert Title IX sex hearing, UPenn settled with John Doe. Nov. 2017
University of Southern California Armaan Premjee is innocent. CA Judge rules that the female falsely accused the male, that she was the aggressor, and that she fabricated her assault. Aug. 2017
A false complaint was filed by a dweeb against USC kicker Matt Boermeester. Matt was expelled while his supportive girlfriend Zoe Katz was harassed for not throwing Matt under the bus. July 2017
University of Texas President Gregory L. Fenves allowed a wealthy female student to lie about being assaulted. In court John Doe prevailed, proving his innocence, while exposing Fenves disgraceful actions. Nov. 2017
Massive Rape Hoax at University of Virginia. Emotional liar and false accuser Jackie Coakley’s lawyers admit that their client, fake rape girl Jackie, invented her rapist. June 2016
University of Wyoming student Meghan Lanker-Simons accused herself of rape on FB. Police investigated the incident and determined that the FB post was a hoax perpetrated by Meghan herself. Meghan Lanker-Simons was charged with interfering with a police investigation. May 2013
Winthrop University police say a female student filed a false sex assault report. “Winthrop Police found no evidence to substantiate the allegation that an assault occurred …the report by a student that she was sexually assaulted is unfounded.” Jan. 2017
I agree with journalist Cathy Young when she wrote “The Duke lacrosse case reminds us that false accusations of sex crimes do happen and that the wrongly accused are the real victims.”
And it is the reason why I fight for due process for college students accused of Title IX sexual misconduct.
In New York federal court, Rolling Stone wrapped up the last remaining piece of litigation emanating from its retracted 2014 article about a rape [of proven liar Jackie Coakley] at a University of Virginia campus fraternity. The settlement is the third for Rolling Stone over the Sabrina Rubin Erdely article, titled “A Rape on Campus,” which prompted a commissioned investigation by the Columbia School of Journalism over its faults. The first settlement came after R.S. lost a trial with Nicole Eramo.(Eramo received a $3 million verdict at trial.) Rolling Stone’s second settlement came to a $1.65 million deal with the fraternity itself. And now comes the third settlement. Per the agreement, “some of the fraternity members become beneficiaries of a settlement whose terms were not provided in court.” The stipulations of the settlement included a confidentiality clause.
A new study by University of Michigan sociologist William Axinn, which gathered responses from a larger “family growth” survey that targeted women 15 to 44, confirms earlier studies that found less educated women are at far higher risk than their educated counterparts…”Axinn’s study exposes the Obama administration’s Title IX regime for the elitist and politically-motivated overcorrection it was…the previous administration opted to overprotect [college] women exactly when the president most needed an aging white liberal coalition of college-educated women and panicked parents on his side.”
The district attorney’s office for Cleveland County, Oklahoma, determined that criminal charges were not warranted against University of Oklahoma running back Rodney Anderson after a police investigation into whether he sexually assaulted a woman who filed an emergency protective order against him. The accuser was hoping to have a romantic relationship with Anderson…”she then began to brag about the relationship that she was having with him,” said Assistant DA Susan Caswell. Anderson’s attorney Derek Chance said in a statement. “The investigation reveals what we have maintained, Mr. Anderson is innocent of these allegations.”
“I never in a million years thought that I would be doing this kind of work, but it’s important to me to do it because my clients’ lives are being destroyed by false allegations,” said Eric Rosenberg, who nine years ago founded a nonprofit to help sex-trafficked women. “I have zero tolerance for sexual assault, but there’s got to be a ramification for destroying someone’s life. Sometimes the only way to remedy the harm done in these cases is to sue the accuser.”…”I would like to start holding the students who make false accusations responsible by including them in a lawsuit if they outright lie,” said Michelle Owens, an attorney who works with accused students. “If it’s a misunderstanding then no,” Owens would not sue the accuser, “but if you’re lying and you’re trying to destroy somebody’s life, then you should be held accountable.”
buzzfeed.com By Tyler Kingkade
A New York Times article provided a view into the distressing fight that mothers take on to clear their sons who are accused of sexual assault on campus. The stories of these women provide a fresh reminder that Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos was right to rescind the Obama Administrations guidelines about combating campus sexual assault. Those guidelines eroded rights of accused students and led to a perverse environment on campuses. In many cases, the young men are cleared, but their lives can’t return to “normal” because assault allegations have damaged their name, reputation, and career and education prospects. iwf.org By P. L. Onwuka
Officials say an attempted sex assault reported to Michigan State University police didn’t actually happen. The accused were described to police as three black men, all wearing MSU clothing. But investigators now believe the report was false. Police made the determination based on interviews with witnesses and a review of surveillance footage.
usatoday.com By C. Haxel