Oh, it looks like Trump committed another crime.The tongue lashing he is about to get will be SO sternly worded!
He definitely does say it.
Hey! Don't fetish shame!I'm just asking.
Will she do more porn before she goes back in like last time?Would you...want to see that?
Nerf Ariana grande.That's literally how I read it. I came in assuming she did something OP.
I don't want to know exactly what Carl's intentions are with that Pop-Tart.Well, she clearly wanted him to eat that.
According to a lawsuit obtained by the New York Post on Tuesday, Janine de Novais has accused a former NFL defensive end who played for the San Diego Chargers and Buffalo Bills of rape and sexual assault. As reported by the publication, the alleged incident happened when he was a student at Columbia University in 1994.
The lawsuit was filed as the federal Adult Survivors Act, which allows a year-long period to file allegations of sexual assault outside the typical statute of limitations, comes to an end. The Act expires on November 24, the day after Thanksgiving.
De Novais, who now works as a sociologist, filed the suit in New York State Supreme Court accusing Wiley, 48, of the attack when he was a sophomore. In the suit, she says that he forced himself on her in her freshman dorm room. De Novais also says she was a virgin at the time and that the assault led to a suicide attempt.
[Wileys] actions were intentionally designed to cause plaintiff severe emotional distress or were taken with reckless disregard of the significant and/or substantial probability of causing plaintiff severe emotional distress, as described in the lawsuit.
The suit also details how Wiley allegedly ripped off the girls clothes after inviting himself over and forced her facedown onto the mattress. de Novais says she was raped by Wiley several times.
It also states in the lawsuit that she reported the assault to numerous Columbia University administrators. However, de Novais says they held a fondness for Wiley as they were helping him build his promising future in the NFL.
Residential Dean Kathleen McDermott, who passed away in 2011, had allegedly accused the victim of misunderstanding the incident because she was born in the African island county of Cabo Verde, since people from different cultures interpret things differently.
As the New York Post reported, the disciplinary action taken against Wiley was academic probation and completing the Spring 1995 semester from Los Angeles, where he was from. Wiley eventually came back to the New York City campus, where he and the victim shared several classes.
The now-Ivy League professor claims she and Wiley were friends when he invited himself to her living quarters, telling her he wanted to listen to music and eat dinner together.
The plaintiff set clear boundaries with the 250-pound football player, telling him she was a virgin and was not interested in having sex with Wiley.
Aint nobody tryna have sex with no virgin! Dont worry, I got you. Just coming to hang out while I eat. I dont even have condoms on me, Wiley allegedly told her while laughing.
Wiley, however, almost immediately ripped off the freshman girls clothes and forced her facedown onto the mattress, the documents state.
The victim said she could barely breathe and feared for her life as Wiley raped her multiple times.
She managed to escape and scrambled to find her clothes, nearly contemplating fleeing the room naked, but was verbally threatened and physically yanked back into bed by Wiley for another round of sexual assault, according to the suit.
After confiding in a friend over the attack, the victim reported the rape to a series of Columbia University administrators, all of whom are accused of displaying fondness for Wiley and dismissing the assault in an attempt to preserve the budding football stars college eligibility as well as his NFL future.
One of the administrators allegedly showed the victims victim statement to Wiley, who just disagreed that its rape.
Rather than being expelled, Wiley was placed on academic probation and ordered to complete the Spring 1995 semester from his home in Los Angeles.
He was permitted to return to complete his academic and sports career, eventually becoming the Lions captain and leading the team to one of its best seasons in decades.
The victim and the friend who encouraged her to report the assault received a series of harassing phone calls in the months after the minimal punishment was handed down, she claims.
The following spring, while on mandatory leave, plaintiff attempted suicide. Plaintiff was admitted to a locked hospital ward for two weeks before being released, according to documents.
When Wiley eventually returned to the Manhattan campus, the victim was forced to share multiple classes with her alleged attacker, who also studied sociology at the Ivy League university.
She became active in Columbias chapter of Take Back the Night an organization aimed at ending sexual, relationship, and domestic violence where she met with other women who also shared harrowing stories of rape at Wileys hands both before and after her own assault.
One woman claimed she reported her rape to the schools athletic director, who allegedly decided to keep the accusations under wraps until after Wiley played in a game against rival Princeton.
Wiley went on to join the Buffalo Bills after being selected in the second round of the 1997 draft.
He played in the NFL for 10 seasons for multiple teams.
After his final season in 2006, Wiley worked for ESPNs NFL Live before co-hosting the networks SportsNation before moving to Fox Sports and FS1.
He was allegedly nominated for a score of alumni awards in the years after his graduation, several of which were diverted by the plaintiff, who was working for Columbia as the associate director of the universitys Center for the Core Curriculum.
The school reportedly relented to her objections over fear of negative press.
Columbia was named in the lawsuit over accusations of negligence and reckless failure to protect its students from sexual predators.
The Post has reached out to the plaintiff and Columbia for comment.
The lawsuit was filed in the New York Supreme Court under the Adult Survivors Act, a New York law that allows alleged sexual abuse victims whose claims are past the statute of limitations to file a civil suit for a one-year period, until Nov. 24.
R&B singer Cassie Ventura filed a bombshell sexual assault lawsuit against Sean Diddy Combs under the same act last week, though it has since been settled.
Careful, with that kind of legal acumen, Trump may hire you as his next lawyer."Hire" lol
Does it really surprise anyone when conservatives are given an inch, they take 10 miles?And if you call them out then you are the problem at that too.
A fork and spoon. Maybe some caramel sauce as well.
You won't actually be Santa, thoughNo deal.
Oh fuck what the fuck. Didn't he recover from his tumor and looked healthier? Man what sadnessI've never heard of any of this stuff, but the wiki said he died of old age. It was apparently mentioned in the video that was posted Saturday.