Originally Posted by easydoesit
No, its an example of a superior abusing his power. She never consented, she was coerced.
You are so quick to blame the victim, but have nothing to say of the who assaulted her.
A superior abusing their power? The "so-called" superior was using their power through another person; that alone should've suggested that the accusation and search weren't legitimate.
The police stated that they were on their way. Anybody with common sense would've waited for the police to arrive before allowing a search to be conducted (without taking police search & seizure limitations into consideration) . Am I blaming the victim? Not exactly. I'm just questioning how gullible she is, as well as how oblivious she is to the justice system.
I could reasonably bring myself to believe that she was coerced into coming into the office and taking off articles of her clothing. But oral sex? Crawling on all fours naked while allowing yourself to be slapped on the butt repeatedly? You have got to be kidding me.