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Lawsuit accuses Seneca Valley ‘mean girls’ of targeting boy with false allegations

While “Mean Girls Day” is being marked Wednesday in reference to a mention of Oct. 3 in the popular 2004 cult movie, the parents of a former Seneca Valley High School student claim in a federal lawsuit filed this week that their teenage son was terrorized by false accusations made by five “Mean Girls” at the school.

Michael J. and Alecia Flood of Zelienople, Butler County, the parents of a teenage boy identified in the lawsuit as T.F., seek unspecified civil damages against the girls’ parents, the school district and Butler County District Attorney Richard Goldinger’s office. The lawsuit alleges that the girls “conspired in person and via electronic communication devices to falsely accuse T.F. of sexual assault on two occasions.”

Not just do we have one girl lying, we have a conspiracy among five girls to create corroboration.

The 26-page lawsuit — filed in Pittsburgh on the eve of Mean Girls Day — alleges that T.F. “was forced to endure multiple court appearances, detention in a juvenile facility, detention at home, the loss of his liberty and other damages until several of the girls reluctantly admitted that their accusations were false” this summer.

This poor boy was arrested, sent to juvie, and placed under house arrest.  All for false allegations.

The lawsuit contends that T.F. was bullied on multiple occasions by classmates. In one example, the lawsuit said students last year placed masking tape with the word “PREDATOR” written on it on his back without his knowledge during choir practice.

So his social life was destroyed too.

The lawsuit alleges that the boy was further damaged by “gender bias” by school officials and Goldinger’s office, which even after learning the girls’ accusations were false “did not take any action against the females involved,” said attorney Craig Fishman of Pittsburgh, who represents the Floods.

“(T.F.) was basically being tortured in school by the other students and investigators, but the administration was only focused on protecting the girls who were lying,” Fishman said. “Once the allegations were proven false, they really didn’t care one bit about T.F. and there has been absolutely no repercussions against the girls.”

Why would they, everyone know that women never lie and are always the victims.

The lawsuit contends that T.F. was charged with sexually assaulting a girl identified in the lawsuit at K.S. on the pool premises, and Villegas corroborated K.S. claim by saying she was present during the alleged assault.

“T.F. was fired at the pool,” Fishman said.

It was just a job (interview).

In tape-recorded interview with school officials in 2017, the lawsuit alleges that K.S. said she made the sexual assault claim against T.F. because “I just don’t like him.”

“I just don’t like to hear him talk … I don’t like to look at him,” K.S. reportedly disclosed in the recorded interview obtained by Fishman.

WOW.  This girl is a sociopath.  She knew exactly what she was doing and by being a girl, exactly how he and she would be treated.

On Oct. 2, 2017, K.S. told fellow students “that she would do anything to get T.F. expelled … and accused T.F. of sexual assault” with school officials, the lawsuit states. T.F. was subsequently charged in juvenile court with indecent assault and two counts of harassment.

Real crimes that would fuck up his life forever.

In March, another girl — identified as C.S. and a friend of K.S. — reported to a school counselor that the boy had walked into her home uninvited and sexually assaulted her. The allegations were supported by information from two other girls, identified as E.S. and H.R., according to the lawsuit.

On April 9, Zelienople police charged T.F. with indecent assault, criminal trespass and simple assault.

Those come with real jail time.  This poor boy would have been doomed.

“On April 10, T.F. was removed from class at Seneca Valley High School and placed in leg and wrist shackles by the Jackson Township Police with the assistance of Juvenile Probation Officer Michael Trego,” the lawsuit said.

Trego testified at a hearing that T.F. was a threat to the community and the teenager had to spend nine days in a juvenile detention center before being released on home-electronic monitoring.

“After 28 days, T.F. was only allowed out of his home to mow his lawn,” the lawsuit contends.

Holy shit!

The lawsuit also claims school officials have repeatedly refused to mark the academic records of the girls who lied about the assaults.

Why should these girls suffer any real consequences.  This boy has suffered the humiliation of being arrested in front of his classmates, his academic record damaged, going to jail, getting fired, and being under house arrest, all because one girl “didn’t like to look at him.”

“T.F. has had psychological trauma because of all this. He’s had to see a psychologist to deal with the physical symptoms which are the direct result of being accused of something when when he did not do anything wrong,” Fishman said.

This kid is going to have a difficult road ahead of him.

These five girls treated framing a boy for serious crimes as a game.  They nearly ruined his life, and I don’t say that lightly.  The girls will suffer no lasting consequences and have learned that they can manipulate the system again if need be because they will get the barest slap on the wrist.

I fear that K.S. is going to go to college and try this on another boy.  Maybe she will do this to a male co-worker at whatever job she takes after that.

Maybe some good will come out of this whole Kavanaugh confirmation fuckery and some states will start passing strong laws against false accusations of sexual assault or rape.

If you destroy a man or boy’s life with a false accusation, you need to go to prison.  No ands, ifs, or buts about it.

Fair is fair.  If you want me to take accusations of sexual misconduct seriously, you need to take false allegations just as seriously.

To prison then hell with these mean girls.

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By J. Kb

4 thoughts on “The Swetnick Effect”
  1. The ones making the false accusations should face a mandatory minimum sentence of punishment no less than the male faced. With no time off for good behavior.

    Or the death sentence. Either way I’m good.

  2. I was falsely accused of something back in college mid-80’s and even back then, despite having 3 witnesses to me not doing what i was accused of the school and police were pricks to me. Fortunately I DID have a lawyer and managed to make sure none of that crap made it to my record. I hope this guy wins and those names made public. If you get any follow up news on this let us know.

  3. I faced a false rape accusation from a female soldier when I was a newly mented NCO in the army. I was in-charge of a KP detail of a dozen soldiers and minding others advice I made sure to never be alone with any one. She was repeatedly late to the detail and appropiatly councled and after she did not show up one day I recomended UCMJ action after contacting comand and having some check to see if she was safe. She reaponded by accusing me of assult and attemped rape. If it wasnt for the fact I had made sure to never be alone with any soldier and was was infact standing in a cafateria full of soldiers when she claimed the incident happened I probably would be incarcerated or forced out of the army. As it was I went from a promising NCO to a shunned one whenever talk of promotion came up and fetting a board recomendatiin became impossible at that base. As for the false accuser I was told her UCMJ packet was destroyed in exchange for dropping her false alligations so command could avoid being on the news.

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