No credit card sex encounters

by  |  15-Apr-2020 18:21

The campus crusade against rape has achieved a major victory in California with the passage of a so-called “Yes means yes” law.

Unanimously approved by the state Senate yesterday after a 52-16 vote in the assembly on Monday, SB967 requires colleges and universities to evaluate disciplinary charges of sexual assault under an “affirmative consent” standard as a condition of qualifying for state funds.

In police interviews after her arrest, Mrs Wadsworth, 60, accepted having sexual contact with one of the boys, now in his thirties.

According to the documents, Mc Graw told investigators that she performed sex acts with the teen “multiple times in 20.”She denied paying him for the act, but allegedly told police that she gave him her debit card and car keys.

Investigators allege she would allow the teen to drive her vehicle unaccompanied.

The records allege that she paid the boy for the encounters.

Mc Graw, 38 was an assistant manager at an apartment complex in Port St.

A former BBC radio presenter allowed his wife to engage in a sex act with a young stranger because it “empowered her” and he found it erotic, a court was told.

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