Is UNC Campus Rape Heroine Actually a Campus Rape Hoaxer?

Andrea Pino, a 25-year-old Miami native and former student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has been hailed as a heroine of the campus sexual assault survivors’ movement.

Pino, who has told a harrowing story of being raped at an off-campus party in 2012, was a main author of a landmark 2013 Title IX complaint that accused UNC of indifference to victims. A co-founder of the group End Rape on Campus with her friend and fellow UNC alumna Annie Clark, Pino has had the ear of politicians and journalists; she was one of the stars of the 2015 campus rape documentary The Hunting Ground, has co-authored an acclaimed book titled We Believe You, and is still a frequent speaker on college campuses.

Now, a new book on the controversies surrounding sexual assault on campus strongly challenges Pino’s credibility.

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  • Hard Little Machine

    Not knowing the story but knowing UNC I’d say 50/50 it’s a lie. Maybe 60/40 a lie.

  • deplorabledave

    Nice teeth.