Rolling Stone rape hoaxer doesn't want to answer questions anymore

Jackie wants mention of her sexual assault claims excluded from the deposition. Eramo’s lawyers have said that would be fine — if Jackie admits she lied about the gang rape. Evidence uncovered after the Rolling Stone article was published, as well as a statement from local police, proved that the accusation described in the article could not have happened.

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Jackie’s lawyer maintains in a motion to quash the deposition subpoena that the woman who was proven to have lied to Rolling Stone and the world is, in fact, a “sexual assault victim,” and therefore entitled to compassion. They say each of Eramo’s requests are a “negative attack” on Jackie, which demonstrate “a complete lack of compassion for” her.

The attorney also claims Eramo wants to “use the deposition as a weapon to inflict as much harm on [Jackie] as possible, with utter disregard for the significant and undeniable psychological harm that will result and without regard to the actual asserted claims in the case.” Jackie and her attorney also claimed that she will “suffer if forced to answer questions about the trauma she suffered and the aftermath” of her accusation.

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