Another RP horror story with a tragic ending.
CT Post Article.
Girl goes to football party at Sacred Heart University in Connecticut. She propositions two football players for sex. They go to a bathroom and she bangs both of them. Afterwards, she claims that the football players raped her. The players are charged with Title IX violations, stripped of their scholarships and kicked out of the university.
Here's where the story takes a twist. When detectives from the local police department questioned the girl her story unraveled. Turns out the detectives had evidence from witnesses that she initiated the gang bang. She later admitted to the police that she falsely accused the football players of rape because she "didn't want to lose another male student as a friend and potential boyfriend."
The accuser was charged with fale reporting and evidence tampering and it appears that she will go to trial. One of the accused men has been allowed to return to the university but his scholarship was not reinstated. It appears that their college football careers are over.
So many RP truths in this story. Where do I start?
College is the cock carousel on roids. I see a lot of AskTRP posters asking "should I be concerned if my girl is in, going to or was in college?" Ha.
"When the going gets tough, a woman will throw you under the bus." Let this sink in. This chick was willing to send two men to rot in jail to cover up her slootness from her beta boyfriend. And she's not the first chick to do this. For many women, their feelings are more important than your freedom. Remember that.
Women will not tell the truth about their past. I'm always skeptical about women who tell me about past sexual abuse. I don't want to minimize the trauma experienced by women who have actually been abused, but I've learned from experience and stories like these that a woman who reveals past abuse or exploitation is very likely trying to manipulate her new man by redirecting his concern for her past sluttiness into sympathy for her.
If you are a male college student on a U.S. campus, you have a target on your back. Watch your six.
This story is like a RP case study. So many lessons to be learned and so little time to post.