Sexual Harassment News: Epstein, UCLA, Harvard07/11/2019
Jeffrey Epstein accuser asks court for help in identifying his alleged recruiter
Jennifer Araoz, who accused the sex offender of ‘forcefully’ raping her, is hoping to find the woman who lured her to his home
Jennifer Araoz, who in a recent interview accused the billionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein of raping her when she was just 15, asked a New York City court on Wednesday for help identifying his alleged recruiter.
Araoz’s interview aired in the wake of Epstein’s arrest on Saturday for alleged sex trafficking of minor girls, with prosecutors claiming that some of these victims were just 14 years old. She told NBC that Epstein “raped me, forcefully raped me … I was terrified and telling him to stop”. read more »
UCLA pays more than $3.5M in settlements over ex-gynecologist sex abuse accusations
The University of California, Los Angeles has paid more than $3.5 million in settlements over a former gynecologist.
Heaps was charged in June with sexual battery and exploitation in connection with his treatment of two patients, including that assault case. read more »
Revered Harvard Economist Roland Fryer Suspended For Sexual Misconduct
Acclaimed Harvard economist Roland G. Fryer was put on unpaid leave for two years, the university said, after an investigation found that Fryer engaged in unwanted sexual conduct with several women he worked with, which includes sending inappropriate and sexual texts to female subordinates. read more »
Diocese releases several names of priests accused of sex abuse from Tri-Cities
The names of dozens priests and deacons in Central Washington with substantial sexual abuse allegations were released on Wednesday.
Officials say the decision is based on the bishop's desire for transparency and to encourage victims of abuse to come forward.
The following is a list of all the names of men who served in the area of the Tri-Cities: read more »