Grad Student Files Lawsuit After Expulsion Over Rape Accusation, Despite Exonerating Audio Evidence

Ben Feibleman, who was expelled from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, is filing a lawsuit against his former university after being falsely accused of rape by a woman who aggressively came onto him.

Feibleman is suing Columbia for “grievously” mismanaging a sexual assault claim levied against him. The woman never reported the incident to police, never produced any evidence for her claim, and went to faculty to report the alleged incident a week after it occurred in Oct. 2016.

The woman reportedly shoved her face in Feibleman’s bosoms after flirting with him for hours. They kissed and fondled each other before he rejected her sexual advances because she was already involved in a relationship.

“Please because I can’t let you go without it,” she said, referring to intercourse.

“Ben simply did not want to have sexual intercourse with [the woman],” the lawsuit states.

The empowered lady then became unhinged, prompting Feibleman to record the encounter with his phone because he feared some sort of reprisal. Despite him presenting this evidence, he was expelled anyway by campus commissars.

Columbia investigators ultimately determined he was responsible because she had allegedly been drinking, making him responsible for her apparent assault and abusive behavior.

In his lawsuit, Feibleman cites the infamous case of Emma “Mattress Girl” Sulkowicz who carried a mattress around campus to raise awareness of her victimhood, despite the fact that she sent loving messages to her supposed rapist after the incident took place.

“I love you Paul. Where are you?!?!?!?!” Sulkowicz wrote to Paul Nungesser, who she later called a rapist.

This is another excess of the #MeToo movement, promoted by the mainstream media and Democratic Party, to empower women to make accusations against and be automatically believed regardless of any facts, evidence, due process, common sense, or decency.

Even the fake news is admitting this feminist witch hunt has gone too far, as Bari Weiss explains in the New York Times.

“In a climate in which sexual mores are transforming so rapidly, many men are asking: If I were wrongly accused, who would believe me?” Weiss wrote.

“Women are no longer human and flawed. They are Truth personified. They are above reproach,” she added.

Weiss admits that the way #MeToo has evolved is a worldwide admission of sorts of feminine weakness.

“I believe that it’s condescending to think that women and their claims can’t stand up to interrogation and can’t handle skepticism,” Weiss added. “I believe that facts serve feminists far better than faith. That due process is better than mob rule.”

Columbia has refused to issue any comment regarding the lawsuit thus far.

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