I noticed a title in a particular subreddit which is pro women. It's a question asked by a female along the lines of "how to tell my friend (girl) wasn't sexually assaulted?"
TLDR her friend Jane hooks up with her supervisor John, who has a wife and is pregnant. Jane has a boyfriend.
OP explains how after the sexual encounter Jane comes and tells it was consenual, how attracted they were to each other and basically, that it was good.
Her boyfriend finds out (or Jane tells him) and he can't trust her again. After this, Jane comes to OP and switches the story saying she didn't really want to do it and she was raped/sexually assaulted. OP finds out she called the sexual assaulted hotline and is going to report rape. OP says this is not the case and she wants to stop Jane from doing this. She also wants to let John know because it what's happening is not right, even if OP things John is a creep for cheating on his pregnant wife. She's come asking for advise on what to do.
A little surprisingly alot of people are encouraging to tell him right now in order for him to lawyer up and get ready for the situation, to save the the job, marriage and his dignity. People mention that justice system is unfair on men in these situations so he needs to be ready.
People are aware of the law with regard to these situations, which is good. Maybe some of the posts are from lurkers/members here.
Bottom line to take away from this, it's quite scary in real life how a woman can change the script according to the situation.
Try not to bang women at your work place (don't shit where you eat). It makes things complicated, your career and source of income is on the line. This may actually affect future job opportunities even if things are taken care of "within the office".
Always get proof afterwards (a text, a recording showing its consensual.
I hope I'm not breaking any rules and if j am I understand if this post gets taken down. The gist of this whole post is - don't shit where you eat, if you do, have proof.