The couple met at a church event years before this alleged incident, The Daily Mail reported, and had sex on occasion throughout those years. On October 8, 2017, the woman invited the man over to her home after the two had a fight earlier that day. The man came over and the two had consensual sex. The next day, however, she called police and said the man had raped her.
The charges were finally dropped against the man, who will not be named by The Daily Wire, because the woman simply “forgot” she had invited him.
Crown Prosecutor Matthew Hynes withdrew the charges and told an Australian court that the woman suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder and had a personality disorder. He said these disorders would lead the woman to engage in “incidences with men, whereby consensual sex can occur, she can transplant previous memories on to that.”
“She has a high-functioning alcoholism issue whereby she consumes a fair bit of alcohol every day, and that plays a part into her mental health and her mind and state and perception of things,” Hynes added. “It also plays a part in why she might forget things at times.” . . .
This is what happens when we live in the era of #MeToo, where every accusation, no matter how thin or what the woman’s circumstances are, must be believed and every accused man must be taken through the system. This man was charged with rape because a mentally ill woman forgot she consented. (Read more from “She Accused Him of Rape. The Charges Were Dropped When She Realized She FORGOT She Gave Consent.” HERE)