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Trevor Bauer Won’t Face Criminal Charges

When you have been assaulted by another person, you expect to be represented and fought for by the District Attorney (D.A.). However, while the D.A. will bring up charges against the alleged perpetrator, they will not always find enough evidence to support the accusation. However, victims can still file a civil claim against their assaulter,…

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Snoop Dogg Accused of Sexual Assault

With his performance at the Super Bowl LVI making Snoop Dogg a big name in family homes again, it’s no wonder that new sexual assault allegations against him and his associate have recently come to light. This often happens when a celebrity finds their way into the spotlight because past victims are forcibly reminded of…

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Marilyn Manson Under Investigation for Assault

Marilyn Manson is a musical star who rose to fame in the mid-1990s. Ever since Manson was introduced to the spotlight, he has been surrounded by controversy; and this year is no different. Currently, Manson is facing several assault and domestic violence allegations. The Los Angeles County Sheriff Department obtained a search warrant for Manson’s…

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USC Fraternity Sigma Nu Facing Accusations of Drugs, Sexual Assault

The fraternity Sigma Nu Fraternity has recently made headlines for all of the wrong reasons. The fraternity joins a long list of fraternities that have engaged in numerous incidents of sexual assault. The president of the Epsilon Omicron Chapter at the University of Southern California, Ryan Schiffilea, was recently suspended after reports of possible drug-facilitated…

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What You Need to Know about California’s New Sexual Assault Laws

Sexual assault is legally defined as the act of sexual contact or behavior without consent from the victim. As many people know, sexual assault can take many forms. Some examples of sexual assault can be attempted rape, forced unwanted touching, forcing a victim to perform sexual acts, and forced penetration of the victim’s body. In…

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Is It Time to Update Sexual Harassment Prevention Training?

Under state law, all California companies with five or more employees must provide sexual harassment and abusive conduct prevention training to all employees, both supervisory and non-supervisory. Before 2019, training was only required for companies with 50 or more employees, so this is a welcome expansion. However, some people are asking, especially in the wake…

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Ron Jeremy Faces Multiple Rape and Sexual Assault Charges

Ron Jeremy, 68-year-old porn star, was recently indicted by a grand jury on more than 30 counts of sexual assault. The charges included: 12 counts of forcible rape 7 counts of forcible oral copulation 6 counts of sexual battery by restraint 4 counts of sexual penetration by a foreign object 2 counts of sexual penetration…

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California Set to Classify “Stealthing” as Sexual Battery

State legislators sent a bill to Governor Newson’s desk on September 7 that would make the act of “stealthing” punishable under the law, setting the stage for California to be the first in the nation to pass such a law. Stealthing is the act of secretive and nonconsensual condom removal during the act of sexual…

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