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Defamation Trial against Rolling Stone for Fabricated Rape Story Begins

University of Virginia Associate Dean Nicole P. Eramo is suing Rolling Stone for defamation over the 2014 Sabrina Erdley story about a gang rape on campus which never occurred. Eramo claims that she is portrayed as a villain who suppressed rape allegations, abused a rape victim. Eramo's attorneys intend to call the "victim" of the fictional rape as a witness in the trial that begins jury | Read More » The post Defamation Trial against Rolling Stone for Fabricated Rape Story Begins appeared first on RedState.
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