The more money you have, the more likely you are to be rape hoaxed.
But don’t imagine that this only happens to rich people. Very few men will make it through their life without some kind of rape hoax being perpetrated against them. It used to be that if you weren’t a celebrity, it would just be some bitch would tell some group of folks that you raped her, ruining your reputation.
Now, however, these hoaxes are more and more often becoming legal issues. Especially following the Harvey Weinstein prosecution, we’re seeing these hoaxes going to court left and right, as prosecutors now no longer need evidence to convict you of rape.
Just one day after Conor McGregor tweeted about being drug tested by USADA while on vacation, the mixed martial arts superstar was detained for alleged attempted sexual assault. The incident took place on Sept. 10, according to a statement sent by a court officer from Corsica to the Agence France-Presse, though one of his representatives claims McGregor was interviewed and released.
“Following a complaint filed on September 10 denouncing acts that could be described as attempted sexual assault and sexual exhibition, Mr. Conor Anthony Mac Gregor [sic] was the subject of a hearing by the gendarmerie services,” the prosecutor’s office wrote.
A McGregor representative denied that McGregor was in any trouble stemming from the incident in Corsica. “Conor Mcgregor vigorously denies any accusations of misconduct. He has been interviewed and released,” said the statement as provided to TMZ.
McGregor has been tweeting photos of a vacation through the Mediterranean on his yacht. On Sept. 11, he shared that USADA officials had arrived to drug test him while on the boat.
Yeah that almost seemed fake.
What’s going on here @ufc? USADA have just arrived to my yacht this morning for testing?
I’ve retired guys!
But go on then, I’ll allow them test me. It’s all natural here baby!
Forever and always, God Bless 🙏
180km across the Mediterranean Sea tomorrow! LET’S GO!! pic.twitter.com/xjk0wvci0n
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) September 11, 2020
But you know what are definitely fake?
Rape hoaxes against celebrities.
You know what else are definitely fake?
Rape hoaxes against non-celebrities.
Be careful out there, guys.