Rakheem Bolton Case: Raped Cheerleader Ordered to Pay School $45,000 Over Suit

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​Back in 2008, a 16-year-old Silsbie High School cheerleader was at a party in Texas. She says football star Rakheem Bolton, fellow player
Christian Roundtree and another boy pushed her into a bedroom and
locked the door, held her down, and sexually assaulted her…


When others tried to enter the room, Bolton and Roundtree jumped out a window, leaving their clothes behind, she claimed.

The
girl filed charges, but that didn’t put an end to her trauma.
Sphincteric school superintendent Richard Bain Jr. would make sure it
only got worse.

When the girl returned to school, administrators
decided the best course of action was for the girl to slink away in a
corner and try not to be seen. They told her to avoid the cafeteria and
not take part in homecoming. Out of sight, out of mind.

But the
girl refused. She was the victim, after all, not the one who should be
hiding. She also refused to root for Bolton on the court during
basketball season. While the other girls cheered whenever he was at the
free throw line, she remained silent.

To Bain, whose ass is
tighter than a Nazi spinster’s, this was an outrage. So he gave the girl
an ultimatum: Either root for her rapist or be kicked off the
cheerleading team. She refused and was cut from the squad.

Her
parents sued, claiming her termination violated her free speech. But in
an equally sphincterific and wholly inhumane ruling, a Texas appeals
court ruled that the girl had no right to free speech, since the school
could dictate her speech in her capacity as a cheerleader.

Last
fall, the insult from the school only got worse when a court piled on.
Bolton was allowed to plead to a lesser charge of assault. He received
just two years of probation, a $2,500 fine, community service, and is
required to take an anger management class.

On Monday, the situation for the girl got downright brutal. The U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear her case. And since an earlier appeals court had ruled her suit frivolous, the unnamed girl and her parents must reimburse Silsbie High School $45,000 for having to defend against this “frivolous” suit.

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