The former “fraternity rapist” who allegedly raped and sodomised a former member of the fraternity at the Australian outback in 2016 has come forward and accused the group of covering up the crime.
Key points:”No one cares” -The Australian reports that the former student was raped by two of the fraternities members during the “Frat party” in 2016The victim’s lawyer said his client was not “asking for it”The man said he had been drinking with the two fraternitas members, one of whom was “a friend”The rape occurred at a frat party in Sydney, Australia, and the alleged victim, who was raped and robbed at gunpoint, spoke out after he was attacked in an interview with the Australian newspaper.
The Australian said he was at the party with a friend who he was going to see for drinks.
When the friend returned, the friend told the man he wanted to go home and that he wanted the fraternity members to go to a hotel room, the paper reported.
“The guy just took off with the guy and I had to fight him off,” the man told the paper.
“It was so bad, it was like a fight, it lasted all night.
I was on the floor.”‘
They just covered it up’The man told ABC Radio Sydney that the two fraternity members had allegedly raped him at gun point in the hotel room in November 2016.
The man, who is still unnamed in the report, was at a party in the Australian Outback in December 2016 when he was allegedly attacked.
“I was so drunk and they just covered this up,” he said.
“Nobody cared, they just didn’t care.”
The ABC’s The Drum said the victim’s lawyers had said the men had “no remorse” and that the alleged attack was a “freak accident”.
The ABC also reported that the man had a history of mental health issues.
The “fraternitas” members were not named in the newspaper article, but the names were confirmed by a fraternity member who spoke to the newspaper.
“My client has said he has not wanted to talk to the media for the last six months,” his lawyer, Kevin Hynes, told the ABC.
“He has not talked to the press, he has no one to talk with, he is not asking for it.”‘
This was a nightmare’The alleged victim told the newspaper that he had come to the conclusion that the fraternity had “covering up” the crime and that his attacker had not done anything to deserve the attack.
“No, I was not going to be silent,” he told the Australian.
“That night, I said, ‘I’m not going anywhere.'”
I am not going away from this.
I am going to continue to speak out.
“Mr Hynes told the news channel that his client had a “life crisis” after the attack and that “he’s still not 100 per cent sober”.”
This was not a dream,” he added.
The Sydney Morning Herald also reported on the alleged incident, but declined to name the men who allegedly assaulted the alleged rape victim.
The ABC reported that several other alleged victims of sexual assault in Australia have come forward with similar stories to the one that Mr Hynes described.
The University of Sydney’s Centre for Research on Sexual Assault said it has received more than 400 allegations of sexual violence since it launched its Safe Schools campaign in 2015.”
Many of these allegations were first reported in the media and are often overlooked in the reporting of sexual assaults, because they are often not serious enough to warrant a criminal prosecution,” the report said.