Not sure if this is a red pill example or blue pill example. Article detailing events here: http://www.startribune.com/gophers-football-players-plan-to-threaten-boycott-of-bowl-game/406928136/
This is an infuriating story straight from my Alma mater. To break down the highlights for you, a woman accused a group of football players of sexual assault in early September.
According to police reports and the student’s testimony, the student, who is part of the gameday operations at TCF Bank Stadium, drank five to six shots of vodka on the night of Sept. 1 before heading out of her apartment with her roommates toward Dinkytown. She then went with two football players to the Radius, an off-campus apartment building. Though she said her memory was spotty, she recalled Djam in a common area asking her to go up to his apartment. She would later testify that she had no intention of having sex.
She said she felt panicked when Djam walked her into his bedroom, but later testified that he never pushed her, prevented her from leaving or said anything threatening to her.
After the first encounter, and even though she admits her memory was unreliable, she claims "she saw a line of men waiting to take turns."
She estimated there were at least a dozen men. “I was shoving people off of me,” she testified. “They kept ignoring my pleas for help. Anything I said they laughed. They tried to cheer people on.”
About an hour and a half later, she said, she was allowed to leave. She called her sister, who told her to go to the hospital immediately, where she was given a rape exam, while her mother made a report to Minneapolis police.
The first player accused, Carlton Djam, had VIDEOS of this girl in his bed the morning after.
During an 8-second clip, the woman “appears lucid, alert, somewhat playful and fully conscious; she does not appear to be objecting to anything at this time,” Wente (police investigator) wrote in his report. After viewing two additional videos, he wrote “the sexual contact appears entirely consensual.”
At this point the entire case is swiss cheese. Officers had video evidence from the morning after that compel them to believe the encounter was consensual and there was no evidence of a 12 person gang rape collected by her rape exam. In light of this, the charges brought against the only four players who could be placed at the scene were dropped. So we got justice in the end right? Wrong. The woman went on to file restraining orders against the players which caused them to be suspended from four home games because the woman works at the stadium where they play.
Oh how I wish that was the end of the madness. This week, the school announced that after an investigation into the incident by the Office for Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action, they would be suspending TEN 'involved' players for their roles in the events of that evening including those that were originally implicated in the case. Some of the newly suspended players weren't even present during the incident. Some of the players are core players on the team. Rightly outraged, team captains met with the President and University AD
“We got no answers to our questions about why these kids were suspended when they were just found [innocent] by the law,” Wolitarsky said. “He basically told us that he didn’t have answers, and that led us to believe that this is kind of unjust. He has the power to reverse this, and he won’t.”
They are now giving up a trip to San Diego in December (we're from MN mind you), for the seniors their final game, and for many more they risk losing their scholarships for this act of defiance. And they are getting absolutely TORCHED by the "fan" base on social media all because they stood up for their brothers. I for one have never been more proud of the team. It takes a lot of heart to walk away from an opportunity you worked your ASS OFF for. What's more, they're not doing it for themselves, they're doing it for their friends.
TL;DR - Don't fuck drunk chicks. They're gross and the wrong one can ruin your entire life.