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Advocates fear that if defamation lawsuits continue to grow in use, victims will be scared back into the shadows, leaving more assailants to evade justice.Yet defenders of the accused argue the lawsuits are the only option to clear someone's name after a false allegation, especially on campuses where they believe administrators presume guilt from the moment a sexual assault is reported."I never in a million years thought that I would be doing this kind of work, but it's important to me to do it because my clients' lives are being destroyed by false allegations," said Rosenberg, who nine years ago founded a nonprofit to help sex-trafficked women.
When attorney Laura Dunn started her victim advocacy nonprofit Surv Justice in 2014, she said she did not get any requests from students facing threats of defamation suits for reporting a sexual assault.
Since he’d already completed classes, the university put his law degree on hold for two years.
Jane thought this ugly chapter of her life was over, until that day in December 2016 when the stranger approached.
Her offense: reporting to the university’s Title IX office that he had raped her.
It was late in the day, so she spent a nerve-wracking night until she could contact an attorney and start on a journey that would drain her savings as she tried to prove she'd told the truth.