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Four girls who accused a boy of sexual assault have admitted that they made the whole thing up


On Thursday's episode of "Pat Gray Unleashed," the guys discussed the latest news about a 17-year-old boy who was accused by four of his female classmates of sexually assaulting them last year in California.

In July 2017, two of the girls claimed that the boy assaulted them while they were at a public swimming pool where he worked as a lifeguard.

In March 2018, the two girls sent the boy a Snapchat message, inviting him to hang out at one of their homes. The boy accepted the invitation and went to the house, but reported that he left soon after he arrived because he was "treated poorly."

The girls claimed that he broke into the home later that evening and sexually assaulted them. In the following days, the first accuser was overheard by fellow classmates training the second accuser on how to report sexual assault.

The boy was arrested on felony charges of sexual assault, detained at a juvenile facility and was eventually placed on house arrest.

By the end of the summer, several students came forward and told their school counselors the truth, and Snapchat messages proved that the four girls were lying about everything.

Why did the girls lie?

"They just didn't like him," one of the girls said. "I just don't like to hear him talk. I don't like to look at him. I just don't like him."

According to classmates, the first accuser was overheard at school saying that she would "do anything to get him expelled."

Perhaps the most tragic part of the story is that the four girls went unpunished. The boy's parents are suing, but the fate of their lawsuit remains uncertain.

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