Added: Nov 1, 2019
College Station, Brazos County, Texas. Woman unhappy with her boyfriend decides that making a false report of him assaulting her is the way to go. Speaking of dumping trash, this one shows you exactly what she's made of.
August 27, 2019
. Officers responded to a distress call by Rosetta Cooper.
She alleged that her boyfriend slapped her face with one hand while he used the other hand to strangle the shit out of her. She further alleged the neck choke lasted for nearly 15 seconds. Although the Officers observed neither bruises nor any other physical evidence to corroborate her claim, by the highest order of the land, she was treated as the victim while the investigation continued.
Meanwhile, Mr. Boyfriend denied the allegations against him, pointing to another reason why Rosetta was upset. Notwithstanding, As you would expect, the woman's word has more weight in 'he said she said' cases. However,...
September 12, 2019
. While police were in the process of determining how best to screw her boyfriend, Rosetta Cooper called in and told the lead investigator that she no longer wanted to move forward with the case. Asked if the abuse really occurred and why she would have the charges dropped, Rosetta allegedly stood by her claim that she was assaulted, but she just did not want to talk about it. Viola! So why did you talk about it at first?
November 01, 2019
. 23-year-old Rosetta Cooper
was arrested and charged with filing a false report. She was booked and released on a $2,000 bond.
We saw some examples here
where she makes a false report, realizes what it really means and how negatively it affects her, then decides to undo her own insanity. In many cases, she takes the fall for her change of mind. But this is more a sign of the strength than weakness in a woman. It shows her faith in her own relationship and her realization that the victimhood industry is not worth more than the effort she had put into building something special with her male. Watch this space
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