Mar 18, 2019

A.J. Calloway Accused of Sexual Assault

By |March 18th, 2019|Sexual Assault|0 Comments

A.J. Calloway, the host of Extra, is facing allegations of sexual assault. Calloway was suspended earlier in February by Warner Bros. for the mounting accusations against him. So far, six women have accused Calloway of sexual assault or sexual harassment, according to a report in The Hollywood Reporter. Calloway’s suspension came right before a tell-all [...]

Feb 28, 2019

Bringing a Suit after an Assault – Criminal Versus Civil

By |February 28th, 2019|Sexual Abuse, Sexual Assault|0 Comments

A recent article in the Washington Post discussed the public outrage that occurred after former Baylor University fraternity president Jacob Anderson received no jail time after taking a plea deal in a sexual assault case. Although initially charged with four counts of sexual assault after being accused of raping a 19-year-old woman at a party, [...]

Feb 14, 2019

“Surviving R. Kelly” Docu-Series Spurs Investigation into Singer

By |February 14th, 2019|Sexual Assault|0 Comments

A recent docu-series about R. Kelly airing on Lifetime television has resulted in renewed law enforcement interest in the 52-year-old singer. The three-part series features multiple women alleging they were part of the singer’s notorious sex cult, with some mentioning seeing other girls and women on Kelly’s property against their will. “Surviving R. Kelly” documents [...]

Nov 5, 2018

The Long-Term Effects of Sexual Harassment and Assault on Women

By |November 5th, 2018|Sexual Assault|0 Comments

A new study shows that victims of sexual assault and harassment deal with mental and physical effects long after the trauma occurred. Researchers found that middle-aged women with a history of harassment and assault in their younger years suffer from hypertension, anxiety, depression, and poor sleep. The study, “Association of Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault [...]

Oct 4, 2018

Woman Sues Alleged Rapist and Two UCLA Fraternities for Failing to Protect Her

By |October 4th, 2018|Sexual Assault|0 Comments

A young woman in California is suing her alleged sexual assault perpetrator as well as two UCLA fraternities concerning policies she asserts are insufficient to protect future and alleged victims. The woman claims that a man perpetrated sexual assault against her at an August 2016 party. Identified as Jane Doe in the court filing, the [...]

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