Student Accused Of Raping ‘Mattress Girl’ Settles Lawsuit With Columbia University

A Columbia University graduate who denied raping three fellow students settled his Title IX lawsuit against the school. A lawyer for Paul Nungesser said, “Together with Paul and his parents, we have fought for three long years. It gives Paul a chance to go on with his life and recover from the false accusation against him. We hope that the resolution of the case also ensures that no student will ever have to endure what Paul went through after he was exonerated.”

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  • Hard Little Machine

    Why is she not in prison? Falsely charging 3 men with rape is an art project? Are you serious?

    • kkruger71

      I think you need to go back and re-read the article. He was accused by three women; this one did not accuse three different men.

      • Hard Little Machine

        Why are three women not in prison

        • Drunk_by_Noon

          Feminism is why.

          • Hard Little Machine

            No me that quite directly. Knowingly making a false accusation of a felony, together, in collusion is at least one felony, possibly 2 or 3.

    • BillyHW

      Women like to be able to vote, but they don’t like being held responsible for their actions.

  • Editor

    ” . . . a settlement agreement with Columbia. The terms of the settlement were confidential, . . .”

    Sure beats a public trial where the policies, attitudes and workings of the university’s kangaroo court would surely have been exposed and questioned.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Emma Sulkowicz Needs to be followed around and have eggs thrown at her by a bunch of shouting men for the rest of her days.

    • Editor

      As an “art project” you mean . . . For like a “senior thesis” kind of thing.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        I was thinking more of a BillyHW kind of thing.
        They can all point at her and scream the word “CUNT!” at ole’ “Emma the Liar Hearted” and BillyHW will be their prophet.

  • Why settle for a lie?

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      They might have not had the money for a protracted decades-long lawsuit, and the offer to settle likely carried an express exoneration (which I suspect is what they were really after). I’m sure the settled upon amount wasn’t insignificant.

      • It’s like an admission of guilt and/or responsibility.

        I do not like this.

        • Drunk_by_Noon

          If you read the settlement, not really.
          The school repeatedly calls the man innocent and wrongly accused.
          I’d like to see them eat it for tens of millions of dollars, and have mass firings of staff and faculty, but that probably would not have happened anyway.

          • I’m still not happy. They should have given that b!#ch nothing. Anything that validates her is bad.