In Chicago’s Cook County, a judge refused to believe a court case that alleged a woman raped a man, according to ABC News on Tuesday.
Last July, a headlines story involved allegations of a 33-year-old man stating that a woman forced him - at gunpoint – to have sex with her female friend in the back seat of her car. According to the man and the Assistant Cook County State’s Attorney Amanda Pillsbury, the man utterly begged one of the women to stop. The man claims that he got away from the women by running away from the car in the buff from the waist down. Then he flagged a cab to completely get away.
Even though the prosecutors believed the man’s story, a judge dismissed the case against the 25-year-old woman while stating that the case simply doesn’t have enough evidence that the man was raped.
Marty Abrahams, the alleged female rapist’s attorney, said that the facts of the case were incredibly unbelievable. She went on the claim that the judge made absolutely the correct decision by dismissing the entire case.
Initially, when contacting the police, the male accuser told police that he was walking in the 400 block of North Kingsbury quite early in the morning on July 26, 2013, when the woman – who identified him in a line-up offered him a ride. After that, the man said that, while she was driving, the woman pulled out a gun and ordered the man to get in the back seat and have sex with her friend. He was then ordered to remove his clothes – and he removed his shoes, pants and underwear. Then, the man claimed, he was assaulted and they robbed him of $200.
Incidentally, the woman has previously had trouble with the law, regarding misdemeanor prostitution charges.