Published On: Tue, Jan 30th, 2018

Dartmouth expels the male victim in new rape case as he sues the woman and the school

The College Fix has published a shocking and insightful story from Dartmouth, where a male student has been expelled after he accused a female student of sexually assaulting him and threatening to accuse him of rape if he didn’t keep having sex with her, according to a lawsuit against the college.

Fix notes that the John Doe “alleges the Ivy League school violated Title IX by assigning an administrator to his case who “’held the belief that men are inherently violent’” and that accusing women “’are to be believed, even if a jury has found their story to lack credibility.’”

The details of the case allegedly involves a night of “sadomasochistic” sex with an incapacitated Doe that left him bruised, bleeding and in “extreme pain” in his genitalia.

Doe alleges his expulsion was completely contrary to numerous pieces of evidence, which actually pointed to “Sally Smith” as the aggressor.

Dartmouth committed negligence and breach of contract and “fair dealing” in the investigation, he said, asking a federal judge in New Hampshire to force the school to expunge his record, reinstate him and award him damages.

The allegations mirror those in an earlier lawsuit against nearby Amherst College, which expelled a male student who claimed his sober accuser had violated him while he was “blacked out.”

A federal judge allowed that lawsuit to move forward after questioning the “credibility” of his accuser and citing potential “ulterior motives” for her accusation.

Check out the full story HERE

photo by Carrie Z. via pixabay

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