Beliosa

Caitlyn Gray

Suggested by Pierre Alleur

Updated: Aug 9, 2019  

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Making a Monster of a Good Samaritan. A man who helped a bingo-winged wench fix her car got rewarded with a false sexual assault accusation AND max-security prison time because she "was afraid to get into trouble" OR "Just wanted him to go to jail", whichever applies. This story is about the fibster wench who got sentenced to a lenient 5 months in jail for her life-ending lies.

November 22, 2018. Liverpool. Sexually unappealing in every way imaginable to man, but desperate to MeToo herself for sexual assailability attention, Caitlyn Gray told police that a man had propositioned her for sex in return for his help, then stalked her and indecently assaulting her at a different location.

Some background information to the actual incident is that Caitlyn Gray crashed her car and damaged the radiator, then she pulled over at a Sydney BP. While she struggled to fix something below the bonnet, a man stopped by and offered to help.



He spent over 2 hours fixing the car, after which Caitlyn Gray in a 'what-would-I-do-without-you mood' gave him a hug. Then the man suggested he drive behind her for a distance in case her car got faulty again. And so he did but there were no more issues afterward. No issues besides the ordeal Caitlyn Gray herself fabricated.



In detail, Caitlyn Gray's report to police was that after the man fixed her car, he offered to follow her but she declined. Then he said she “owed” him a hug for the favor. The man then further asked for oral sex or a hand-job. Again, she claimed, she refused. After she drove away, the man allegedly followed her against her will before her car overheated and she had to pull over once again and lift her car bonnet. This, she alleged, happened on Milperra Road in Liverpool. There was her stalker again. She got back in her car to avoid him but he came knocking the driver’s seat window saying “Come on, come on. Let’s go. What have I done wrong?” Caitlyn Gray alleged that when she refused his advances, the man forced himself in the driver's seat and grabbed her boobs and her pussy. Then she managed to escape and immediately called her boyfriend who then called the cops.

Following the report, Liverpool Police found a seemingly distressed Caitlyn Gray and took her to the local police station. There, She provided a detailed statement of the entire "ordeal" and signed it.

November 23, 2018. The accused man was arrested as a "predator", charged with two counts of indecency, one count of inciting person over the age of 16 to commit an act of indecency and one count of stalking and intimidating with intent to cause fear or physical harm. He was thrown in Silverwater maximum-security prison and refused bail. He lost his reputation, job, and marriage. He also was faced with the prospect of serving a long prison sentence, according to Aussie police who initially refused to investigate anything. For them, a woman's word was enough evidence to throw a man in jail on a slew of unproven charges.

Fortunately, mounting pressure from the accused man's female attorney caused police to reluctantly do their job of investigating Caitlyn's claims. Detectives interviewed potential witnesses in the area where the abuse was alleged to have happened, but no one had seen anything out of the ordinary.

November 28, 2018. While the accused man was locked up, police met with Caitlyn Gray once again and, on a video interview, she took nothing out of her initial graphic report. She reiterated with confidence, on camera, that she was indeed sexually assaulted by the accused man. According to court documents, it was on Milperra Road where Caitlyn Gray claimed she had been groped and where the male had tried to force himself into her car. However, security footage painstakingly obtained by police from the area showed no such encounter.

"A woman cannot lie". Of course.

According to a news.com.au report, when police realised that existing CCTV footage did not back up the fictim's (false victim's) claim, detectives reached out to Caitlyn on phone: “Did the incident where the male grabbed your breast and vagina occur?” an investigator asked. “Yes, I have no reason to lie,” Caitlyn Gray responded. The investigator repeated the same question. “Yes I’m not lying. I have no reason to lie. He did grab me,” she replied.

Police asked Caitlyn if she possibly mixed the streets up — considering the lack of security footage to back up her entire Milperra Road story. Again she was asked if she was certain of that section of the road.

“I think so. It could have been somewhere else. I’m not lying. It happened. I have no reason to lie. I was yelling telling my boyfriend. I’m not lying,” Caitlyn responded.

November 29, 2018. Bankstown Police Station. At the request of investigators, Caitlyn showed up. This time, face to face, investigators asked Caitlyn Gray again if she was sure of her story, telling her it's OK if she had lied. Caitlyn again reiterated: “I haven’t lied. It’s the truth.”

An investigator then pushed: “Are you sure because a male is sitting in jail right now as a result of your allegations that he touched your breast and grabbed your vagina. Are you lying?”.

Finally, ladies and gentlemen, the fibster wench cracked: “Yes,” (it was a lie) Caitlyn responded. When asked why she lied, Caitlyn Gray said she “just wanted him (the Good Samaritan) to go to jail”. “He shouldn’t have said that to me. He was disgusting.” added Caitlyn. In yet another version of why she lied, Caitlyn Gray said she “didn’t want to get into trouble”. If they had deep reasoning abilities, the detectives at this point probably realized they fell for a feminist campaign which deifies women as trauma-stricken truth-tellers at the expense of the sensible due process.

Caitlyn Gray's lies were passed on up the legal ranks in an attempt to bail out the falsely accused Good Samaritan. It took a few days of paperwork and legal procedures to finally get him out. But behold the poor innocent man was still NOT off the hook.

May 06, 2019. Bankstown Local Court. After six long months, the charges against the Good Samaritan were thrown out of court, following careful consideration of the evidence by the judge. His attorney remained working to expunge the charges altogether.

May 15, 2019. Now 20-year-old Caitlyn Gray pleaded guilty to making up the entire reported "ordeal". She is expected to be sentenced later this year after her attorney obtains a psychological report. We all know what to expect here, you can almost imagine all roads leading to court with huge signs reading "pussypass at work"

In an interview with 7News, the accused man who lost everything hinted on his intention to sue Caitlyn Gray and also demanded that police refund his expenses on legal services. Rightly so, the man has been a lifeline for his pensioner mother whom he could no longer help, following the false accusation.

June 25, 2019. Bankstown Local Court. Caitlyn Gray’s attorney submitted a pile of documents to be considered in her sentencing report, including her psychological evaluation results, counselor notes, her job history, character references, a letter from her mother, and a separately submitted apology for the falsely accused Good Samaritan. Meanwhile, the fictim (false victim) sat there with tears in her eyes, according to a report by news.com.au. This move is apparently a stunt to obtain pussypass leniency come August 2019, when Caitlyn Gray is expected to be sentenced. Stay tuned for updates



-- Update --

August 08, 2019. Bankstown Local Court. Even after Caitlyn Gray's written apology to her victim, her lawyer stood in court trying to blame the male victim's (normal straight male) "behavior" for the false report against him. I think we can call this "victim-blaming". However, the court ridiculously accepted the argument and is highly likely to consider during sentencing tomorrow. The female lawyer of the victim has asked for a custodial sentence, citing the consequences of Caitlyn's false allegations on the victim's life: Loss of Job, Loss of Marriage, Legal expenses, Prison Time, and the Aftermath of those. She also reiterated their intention to sue the false accuser and the police department, if they do not get a custodial sentence.

August 09, 2019. Bankstown Local Court. "She wanted vengeance due to what she perceived was (the Good Samaritan's) behavior ... She achieved her end of having him incarcerated," the judge told the court in sentencing 20-year-old Caitlyn Gray to nine months in jail with a non-parole period of five months, on paper. Almost immediately after the sentencing, Caitlyn was granted bail to appeal the sentence while living in society, free to falsely accuse other Good Samaritans of rape.

Let's take another look at this.

Point#1. Would the judge have granted bail to the Good Samaritan had he been the one found guilty of committing the alleged offense? Even when it was just an allegation, he was locked up in a maximum-security prison and denied bail till the truth came out. If a merely accused man was denied bail for an allegation, why should a convicted woman be afforded it? you can make a thousand excuses for this one but there is just one way to describe it: unfair.

Point#2. The judge acknowledged Caitlyn's lawyer's argument about the Good Samaritan's behavior having been a problem. To be clear, what they're talking about is normal heterosexual male behavior: flirting and whatnot. That's indeed a "problem" big enough to justify deceiving law-enforcement and the whole justice system to see such a heterosexual man punished.

Point#3. What's worse than destroying the life of a falsely accused man before any truth can come to light? According to court documents, Investigators said if it wasn't for their efforts in identifying and viewing the CCTV footage which clearly depicts "the lies by Gray", that there would have been a strong likelihood that the accused man would have remained bail-refused until the completion of this matter as well as the strong likelihood that he would have been convicted and faced a term of imprisonment as a result of his conviction. That's police taking credit for narrowly righting their own woeful wrong.

Now, remember the investigation was carried out only as a result of pressure from the accused man's female attorney. So shall we say the police are blatantly biased against men? or sheerly incompetent? Hold that thought.

As for the Good Samaritan who was made out to be a monster, he may have been suffering from a disease called "pussy-servitude" by helping such a random feminoid and flirting with her, but by no means a "predator". Good luck with telling that to common sense people in feminism-stricken 'Land of the Aussies' ... for there is no return from epic gynocentrism. Watch this space

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