This guy definitely broke the classic “don’t stick your d*** in crazy” rule and he paid dearly for it.
The couple met at a church event years before this alleged incident, The Daily Mail reported, and had sex on occasion throughout those years. On October 8, 2017, the woman invited the man over to her home after the two had a fight earlier that day. The man came over and the two had consensual sex. The next day, however, she called police and said the man had raped her.
The charges were finally dropped against the man, who will not be named by The Daily Wire, because the woman simply “forgot” she had invited him.
Crown Prosecutor Matthew Hynes withdrew the charges and told an Australian court that the woman suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder and had a personality disorder. He said these disorders would lead the woman to engage in “incidences with men, whereby consensual sex can occur, she can transplant previous memories on to that.”
“She has a high-functioning alcoholism issue whereby she consumes a fair bit of alcohol every day, and that plays a part into her mental health and her mind and state and perception of things,” Hynes added. “It also plays a part in why she might forget things at times.”
The judge in the case, Catherine Muir, told the courtroom the accuser had a “false impression” of the incident.
The woman also claimed that prior to the sex, the accused man pushed her “backwards on to the couch, which hurt her back.” The man allegedly had “no recollection” of pushing her, according to his attorney Peter Nolan, but pleaded guilty to assault to “prevent the woman from having to face the witness box,” the Mail reported.
The accused man, despite being innocent, lost his job as an Uber driver as a result of the woman’s claims. He had no criminal history prior to this accusation.
The first mistake this guy made was sleeping with a woman who has these kinds of issues in the first place. The 2nd is that he gave in to his instinctive desire to protect a woman and pleaded guilty to something he didn’t do to protect her. Don’t EVER, EVER, EVER do that because if you are in that situation once, there is a decent chance you are going to end up in the same situation AGAIN, in which case your squirrely paramour can say anything she wants and the police will believe her because of your previous conviction.
Of course, I’ve spent the whole time noting his mistakes, but who’s really the bad guy here? Him or the crazy drunken woman who falsely accused him of rape and will undoubtedly get away with it without having to do any jail time? If it were up to me, she’d be in a cell where she belongs…