Far from clearing up the real story behind Rolling Stones now-retracted article on an alleged gang rape at a UVA frat, the first trial against the magazine has been full of contradictory testimony.
WHY ARE MEDIA STILL REFUSING TO USE THIS HOAXER’S NAME, WHEN THEY’VE KNOWN IT ALL ALONG? Rolling Stone Trial: Jackie’s Friends Portray Her as Habitually Dishonest.
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Court document shows U-Va. encouraged student to say she had never reported an alleged gang rape to the school; she declined, saying that was untrue.
The Punisher is out there, and he’s getting ready for a 2017 release on Netflix. Production on Punisher came up quite suddenly, but clearly Netflix and Marvel Studios know that a rolling stone gathers no moss, and with the overwhelmingly positive fan and critical reaction to Jon Bernthal‘s portrayal of the skull-shirted vigilante, it seemed […]
I’m legitimately surprised that this hasn’t happened a lot earlier on so many levels. I’m surprised it took over a decade for the Rolling Stones to release their next album. I’m surprised it took less than a week for them to record it. Show More Summary
"I stand by the account I gave to Rolling Stone. I believed it to be true at the time."
The former University of Virginia student, whose account of a campus rape was the center of a retracted Rolling Stone article, said she suffered from PTSD. Continue reading ? The post ‘Jackie’ of retracted Rolling Stone story says PTSD fogged memory appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Rolling Stone reports: Lady Gaga hitched a ride with James Corden Tuesday in the latest installment of Carpool Karaoke, where the singer also discussed the Super Bowl, recording “Pokerface” and her massive collection of Michael Jackson-worn clothing. Show More Summary
ASHE SCHOW: Sabrina Rubin Erdely and the ‘banality of evil.’ When Rolling Stone author Sabrina Rubin Erdely interviewed Jackie for her article “A Rape on Campus,” the now discredited writer described the fraternity alleged to have raped her subject as representing the “banality of evil.” The phrase “banality of evil” was coined by another author […]
If there’s one thing that President Obama loves, aside from broccoli, it’s rap music. Obama has gone on record to Rolling Stone, saying that his playlist includes hip-hop artists, such as Jay Z, Nas and Lil Wayne. Since Jay Z first campaigned for Obama in 2008, their “bromance” has been well documented. The popular rapper…
Unlike the Rolling Stones “Start Me Up,” the US version should be “Slow Me Down.” According to Jeffrey Sparshott of the Wall Street Journal, the American economy has long relied on fast-growing young companies to fuel job growth and spread the latest innovations. Show More Summary
Elizabeth Garber-Paul testifies that she has regrets about the retracted article, wishes she had noticed red flags indicating potential problems before it published.
Actress Vanessa Hudgens donned some African braids and woah that's problematic. Has she even heard of cultural appropriation? UVA / Rolling Stone trial deposition tapes: Jackie sticks by her story, but claims PTSD has made her memory hazy. Show More Summary
The woman at the center of a discredited Rolling Stone article on an alleged rape defended herself in videotaped testimony for jurors Monday morning, placing blame on the journalist who interviewed her and claiming she didn’t know what...Show More Summary
A lot has changed for Tyler Glenn since he came out publicly in a 2014 Rolling Stone profile. At the time, the Neon Trees frontman spoke about reconciling his Mormon faith with his sexuality, but that all went out the window when the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ updated its policies last year [...]
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The subject of a Rolling Stone article on a gang rape at the University of Virginia that the magazine retracted after investigators found no evidence the attack occurred, testified on Monday she believed she had told the reporter the truth. The woman, identified only as “Jackie,” gave a...