'Mean Girls' Falsely Accused Pennsylvania Teen of Sexual Assault, Family Now Seeks Damages: Lawsuit
Quote:Michael and Alecia Flood of Zelienople, the parents of the male student known only as T.F. in the suit, are seeking unspecified civil damages against the girls' parents, the Seneca Valley School District and Butler County District Attorney Rachel Goldinger’s Office, after they all allegedly conspired to falsely accused T.F. of sexual assault on two occasions, the lawsuit states.
"[The 'mean girls'] knowingly provided false statements to school and court officials and to prosecutors to initiate criminal prosecution of T.F.," the lawsuit alleges. "They maliciously prosecuted proceedings against T.F. when they knew that he did not commit sexual assault, or the other crimes alleged against him."
Quote:The claims began in the summer of 2017, according to the lawsuit, when one of the “mean girls,” K.S., accused T.F. of sexually assaulting her at the community pool where he was a lifeguard. The lawsuit alleged K.S. had been conspiring with the pool’s supervisor to get T.F. fired from his job.[/quote
[quote]In April, T.F. was once again accused of sexual assault. He was taken out of class “in leg and wrist shackles” by police and transported to a juvenile detention center where he spent more than a week incarcerated, the lawsuit said. T.F. then spent the following month in house arrest.
In the meantime, T.F. was reportedly being bullied by his classmates, including having a sign with the words “PREDATOR” taped on his back, and asked to stop playing baseball by the school’s athletic director since he would be representing the school.
Quote:the parents of the "mean girls," school authorities and the district attorney continue to protect T.F.’s accusers although the charges were dropped and there was evidence that proved his innocence.
Quote:“The ‘mean girls’ will suffer no academic or personal consequences for their misconduct, which critically damaged T.F. physically and psychologically and will impact his young life indefinitely,” the lawsuit claimed.
The boy is now being home-schooled, the lawsuit stated.
THAT is why you don't "always believe the women". Bitches be lyin'.
Once again false accusations have ruined a man's life because morons automatically believed the girl. THIS is why we have the presumption of innocence in this country.
What politics from both sides wants to teach us is that things are never complex. If you have your little package and something doesn't fit into that package, You don't know what to make of it so you want to dismiss it or then you will have to do the work of reconsidering your assumptions. - Michael Malice