University of Virginia’s rape-hoaxer Jackie Coakley’s lies about her gang-rape at the hands of Phi Kappa Psi brothers has cost Rolling Stone magazine nearly two million dollars.
“Rolling Stone has settled with the damaged undergraduate students of Virginia Alpha Chapter in Phi Kappa Psi for $1,650,000.00,” a source informed GotNews.
Coakley had claimed fraternity brothers gang-raped her on top of broken glass for three hours during a 2012 party as part of a premeditated initiation. Thanks to Coakley’s lurid lies, UVA president Teresa Sullivan suspended all Greek activity on campus after Phi Kappa Psi halted all chapter activities during an investigation into Coakley’s claims. Student vandalized the fraternity’s house after Rolling Stone published the story, spray painting it with phrases such as “UVA Center for Rape Studies” and shattering windows.
No such party took place the night Coakley claimed she was gang-raped by several fraternity brothers.
Originally published in Rolling Stone magazine on November 19, 2014, “A Rape on Campus” rallied the Left and the fake news media around Jackie Coakley and fueled the crusade against “rape culture” on campus, or rather, women who later admitted they regretted having sex with men while intoxicated or high. Indeed, the woman who introduced Coakley to Erdely, Emily Renda, claimed to be a victim of “sexual assault” herself and wrote about her love for alcohol.
GotNews correctly identified rape hoaxer Jackie Coakley in December 2014 after fake news reporter Sabrina Rubin-Erdely ran with her story without doing even cursory fact-checking. GotNews also unearthed a video of the disgraced Erdely admitting “I absolutely do shop around” for alleged victims while writing “women’s rights” stories. Erdely did not contact two of Coakley’s alleged “rapists” despite knowing their names—a blatant violation of ethics.
GotNews stood by its reporting as Denial of Service Attacks struck the site and fake news media smeared GotNews editor-in-chief Charles C. Johnson, accusing him of “outing a rape victim”—when no such rape ever occurred. The media, including Conservatism Inc., refuse to report Jackie’s full name to this day. Meanwhile, GotNews’ accurate reporting was used in the Rolling Stone trial.
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