Mom Forces Daughter to Make False Rape Claim for Unbelievable Reason

Far too frequently, women are falsely accusing men of rape. At the same time, we're being told that we're to "believe women" anytime that they make an accusation.

I'm of the opinion that we should not just "believe women" simply for the fact that that person is a woman. That would be sexist.

Here's my take on the situation. Whenever a woman accuses a man of rape, we should assume that the man is innocent. That's how our law works. People are innocent until PROVEN guilty. We are to give the benefit of the doubt.

Does that mean that we should assume that the woman is lying when she accuses a man of rape? Absolutely not.  I think it is charitable to assume that both are telling the truth until the is evidence one way or the other.

Just recently, a high school student accused another student of raping her and a teacher of not doing anything to stop the rape. It was quickly proved that this was a lie once they watched the video evidence of the incident in question.

According to The Daily Wire,

After the two men were arrested, police were informed that an additional student claimed she was sexually assaulted by Alamance High School student 18-year-old Brandon Tyler Lane and that the teacher, 42-year-old Samuel Bradley Freeze, did nothing to stop him. Police quickly investigated the new allegation and determined the middle school student who made the claim was never assaulted.

Police found witnesses that said the girl’s mother, Melissa Marie King, 35, made up the story and forced her daughter to make the allegation in an attempt to extort money out of the school system, The Times-News reported.

“It is believed this was an attempt to have leverage over Alamance-Burlington School System, where the mother planned to file a lawsuit against the school system in the future,” the Sheriff’s Office said.

The girl is now facing a misdemeanor charge for filing the false report and was held on a $500 bail.

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