follow url It’s hard to say who is the bigger villain in the case of Nikki Yovino, the 19-year old Staten Island girl who falsely accused two Sacred Heart University football players of raping her in a basement bathroom during a party in 2016. Among the candidates would be obviously Yovino herself, and the Fairfield, Connecticut school which immediately expelled the two football players for sexual assault. Err, sexual assault charges.http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=get-free-canadian-levitra
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http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=drug-interaction-with-lasix-users Yovino was charged with falsely reporting the crimes which not only ruined two boys lives, but wasted a ton of legal system time and energy and this week was sentenced to three years behind bars, two of which the judge suspended in lieu of probation, while also berating her in court.
http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=mail-order-viagra Far more telling than the rant from the judge, was how everybody in court saw Yovino roll her eyes as one of the two boys in the case gave his victim statement:
http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=quanto-costa-viagra-generico-50-mg-in-farmacia-a-Bologna “The last almost two years have been definitely my most difficult of my life. The roller coaster of emotions; fear, anger, sadness, embarrassment, depression, anxiety and the list goes on. She accused me of what I believe to be a horrendous, horrific crime out of her own selfish concerns. I lost my scholarship, my dream of continuing to play football and now I am in debt $30,000 and I’m simply trying to get ahead as best as I can.”
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