Butch Misandrist College Student Nikole P. Tucker Falsely Accused Random Man Of Rape, However Text Messages Between Them Proved It Was A Lie
Misandrist college student Nikole P. Tucker falsely claimed she was forcibly raped by a man and reported him to police. She was arrested for filing a false accusation.
Nikole P. Tucker falsely reported that she had been forcibly raped by a man while in her dorm at the State University of New York (SUNY) Adirondack. Police responded and began investigating her false claims. During the investigation, police discovered text messages between the 20-year-old Tucker and the man she accused, which proved the sexual encounter had been entirely consensual.
“The two had met through an online dating website, and he is not a student at the college. Tucker admitted she made a false report when confronted with evidence that belied her claims, authorities said.”
Police stated thatTucker “became upset with the man” after their consensual encounter and made up the fake rape claim.
The man she accused was not a student, so Tucker was not able to accuse him through the school’s Title IX policy.
The Warren County Sheriff’s Office charged Tucker with “misdemeanor counts of falsely reporting an incident and making a punishable false written statement.”
Tucker is simply the latest in a long line of college women making false rape accusations. The most famous recent example is Nikki Yovino, who claimed two Sacred Heart University football players raped her. Yovino was arrested and charged with making the false accusations, and the innocent men she accused are now suing her and the school for allegedly suspending them over the accusations and revoking their scholarships (though the school denies this).
Text messages have previously helped exonerate many men who were falsely accused, including multiple men in the United Kingdom. Liam Allen, for example, was under suspicion of rape for two years before the Crown Prosecution Service released thousands of text messages proving the sex was consensual and the woman made up the rape claims.
When activists and supporters make ‘believe all women,’ it hurts victims because it’s an obviously false statement and it makes people suspicious. The claim also unfairly stereotypes and creates pressure against the men who are accused, leaving them in a cloud of suspicion even after they’re exonerated.
Women like Tucker often face little to no actual punishment for their lies, as false allegations — even of the serious crime of rape — are considered mere misdemeanours. Such lax punishment does nothing to deter future false accusers, thereby hurting actual victims who may be more difficult to believe.
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