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Category Archives: Sexual assault

Rutgers professor files motion against conviction of sexually assaulting a disabled man

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It is being reported on November 8, 2015 that the former head of the philosophy department at Rutgers-Newark University, Anna Stubblefield, has requested an acquittal or new trial after her conviction on October 2, 2015 for sexual assault.  “Stubblefield was convicted  . . . of two counts of first-degree aggravated sexual assault. The sexual acts occurred in her Newark office in 2011.”

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Rutgers professor convicted of forbidden love

It is being reported on October 2, 2015 that a Rutgers philosophy professor, Anna Stubblefield, was convicted of two counts of aggravated sexual assault in a New Jersey courtroom today.  She was found guilty of having sexual relations with a 34-year-old disabled man.

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Disabled man was not able to agree to sex

It is being reported on September 18, 2015  that a psychologist has testified that a severely disabled man could not have agreed to sexual activities.  The trial is still ongoing in the case of the Rutgers professor, Anna Stubblefield, 46, who claims that a 34-year-old disabled man fell in love with her and consented to sexual relationship.

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NJ woman accused of sexually assaulting man in wheelchair

It is being reported on September 10, 2015 that the first day of a trial against Rutgers professor, Anna Stubblefield, 46, charged with two counts of sexual assault against her former patient, a 34-year-old man known as ‘D.J’ who suffers from cerebral palsy.  The alleged incident occurred in Newark N.J. in 2011.

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Two more women accuse Bill Cosby of sexual assault

A press conference was held on August 20, 2015 with two more women coming forward and accusing comedian Bill Cosby of drugging and raping them in the 1970’s.  A press conference was held in New York with the two women and their attorney Gloria Allred.   Allred is representing almost half of the victims.

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