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  1. #1 Five high school 'mean girls' targeted boy with false accusations of sexual assault 
    Senior Member Banacek's Avatar
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    A group of five high school “mean girls” in Pennsylvania confessed to targeting a boy with false sexual assault allegations just because they “don’t like him.”

    The boy’s parents, Michael J. and Alicia Flood, have launched a lawsuit seeking unspecified damages, claiming the girls at Seneca Valley High School in Pittsburgh “conspired in person and via electronic communication devices to falsely accuse [their son] of sexual assault on two occasions.”

    The parents dubbed the group “mean girls” in reference to the 2004 cult classic of a high school clique starring Lindsay Lohan. They are suing the girls' parents, the school district and the Butler County District Attorney's office.

    The false accusations led to the firing of their son from his job at a swimming pool and he was then “forced to endure multiple court appearances, detention in a juvenile facility, detention at home, the loss of his liberty and other damages,” according to a 26-page lawsuit obtained by Trib Live.

    He is now being homeschooled and suffers mental health problems, the Flood family
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    Little bitches like that make it hard for girls/women who are assaulted to be believed.

    5-10 years should be the sentence for any of them that are over 17. The long-term effects on the boy are severe, even though he has been acquitted. They should have trouble getting jobs, higher education and housing due to their records, like he has suffered. And they should face a civil lawsuit for damages, too.
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    Each of them should receive the exact same sentence the boy would have gotten. And that is why you need some hard evidence for these types of charges.
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