A computer science student who says she was sexually assaulted and sexually assaulted by a professor at the University of Texas-Austin, and who says he “murdered” her, says she wants the man to be prosecuted for sexual assault.
The student, who is now 24 years old, spoke to Al Jazeera in an exclusive interview in January, after the university hired the Texas Innocence Project to investigate the case against him.
The university’s sexual assault policies “don’t allow for the kind of victim-blaming that you would see in this case,” the student told Al Jazeera.
“I just want this man to go to jail.”
In an interview with Al Jazeera, the victim said she was attacked by a male professor at UT-Austin’s Computer Science department in the fall of 2015.
She told Al-Jazeera she felt her life was in danger after being raped, and the professor raped her repeatedly.
“He took off my clothes, made me shower in front of him and then put his hand up my skirt,” the victim, who wishes to remain anonymous, told Al Jazeera.
“It was an ongoing, systematic, continuous pattern of physical abuse.”
“The rapist made me do everything he wanted,” the woman told Aljazeera.
She said she tried to escape from the professor’s home after being attacked, but was unable to do so.
The professor’s attorney has denied the allegations and said he is cooperating with investigators.
“The University of Austin has zero tolerance for sexual misconduct, and we take any allegation of misconduct seriously,” a university spokesperson said in a statement to Al Jieu.
“We take every allegation of sexual assault seriously and thoroughly investigate all such allegations.”
“We have zero tolerance, and when it comes to sexual assault and violence, we take every step to hold perpetrators accountable.”
The woman said she had “multiple” sexual encounters with the man, and “I feel like I was raped.”
“I had a lot of bruises,” she said.
“This is my third sexual assault, and this is my fourth.
There’s more victims than me.” “
There’s more than one of me.
There’s more victims than me.”
The student said she felt that the professor was “really hurting” her after she was assaulted.
She asked Al Jazeera to interview the professor who raped her, who she says was fired from the program she was studying.
She is calling for the university to make it easier for victims of sexual violence to report crimes to the police.
“They should be able to report it to the university,” she told Al Arabiya.
“So, they can get it investigated.
And I’m sure they can do it.
So, there’s no excuse.
I mean, I don’t want it to happen again.
I want it stopped.”
She said that her rape allegations have become “a major issue” in her life, and that she hopes that “somebody will get convicted for this.”
The professor “did what he did because he was mad at me for not following his orders,” she explained.
“And he said, ‘You’re not going to listen to me.
I’m going to kill you.'”
“I think he did it for his own amusement, for his personal pleasure, and he’s not the type of person to put women in that position.
He’s not a good person to be around,” she added.
She also said that she felt “like the university was doing nothing to help me.”
“If they would’ve done anything, they would have helped me and given me a better outcome,” she concluded.
“But they didn’t.”
“It’s an epidemic, and it’s going to continue to be an epidemic,” the former student told the Al Jazeera interview.
“As far as the University going to be doing anything, I’m not going there.”
In the statement to the Al Jue reporter, the university defended its sexual assault policy and said it “does not tolerate harassment of any kind”.
The university added that “the allegations of sexual misconduct that were presented by this student were thoroughly investigated and corroborated by external experts and other university personnel.”
The statement did not address why the university believed the alleged victim had made false allegations and that the alleged professor was a credible witness to the sexual assault allegations.
The University of Houston is one of the schools where sexual assault is reported most frequently to the criminal justice system.
It has also come under fire in recent years for its handling of sexual assaults.
According to a report by the Houston Chronicle, more than a quarter of the women who come forward with allegations of rape or sexual assault have been dropped from investigations.
“If you want to make sure your student doesn’t go to prison, if you want a victim-centered campus, if your student wants a campus that is welcoming and safe and where the survivor is respected, then it’s not enough for you to have a campus in which all students are treated equally,” University of Southern California (USC) professor of psychology and