Lindsey Sweetin

Suggested by Pierre Alleur

Added: Apr 17, 2015  

Fayetteville, Arkansas. Another day, another empowered female campus fictim Lindsey Sweetin describes her rape fantasy which is then taken seriously by concerned men to excuse her folly. Hypoagency at work.

March 9, 2015. Brother of rape fantasist Lindsey Sweetin calls University of Arkansas Police Department and reports that his sister had been sexually assaulted in Harmon Parking Garage four days earlier. Officers interviewed Lindsey Sweetin herself and she describes in graphic details, the incident, which allegedly happened at about 6:30pm. She said when she was walking back to her car after class, a gray-haired man between his 50s and 60s approached her and asked if she had any jumper cables, she said she had none. Then the man asked for ride home to help his sick dog. When she told the man she couldn't help, the man "grabbed her and put his hand up her shirt, and then pulled her towards him and put his other hand down her pants and touched her buttocks" and then the man "pushed her against the back of her car and put his hand down the front of her pants, touching her vagina." Lindsey told officers she sprayed the man with pepper spray and got in her car and drove away.

As one would expect, an intensive investigation was launched into this rape fantasy. police reviewed video footage from the Harmon Avenue Parking Garage during the time that Sweetin claimed the incident happened. Detectives did not find any men in the video matching who Sweetin described. Officers also spoke to potential witnesses who said they did not hear or see anything unusual.

March 11, 2015. A detective interviewed Lindsey again at UA Police Department and she admitted having been untruthful. When asked why she would lie, Lindsey said she did see a man that matched the description she gave on Dickson Street and he scared her, but that the man never followed her into the Harmon Parking Garage. Adding that she had texted her boyfriend about seeing a man that scared her, and that her boyfriend suggested that something more might have happened, and then the boyfriend told Lindsey's brother then the story just got worse from there, and she "continued to go along with it because she did not know what else to do.", according to a detective from the UAPD.

April 17, 2015. A 20-year-old Lindsey Sweetin was arrested for Filing a False Police Report, which is a Class D Felony. She was released within an hour with no bond posted. Speak of epic leniency, What a great way to discourage BS.
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