In September 2018, a judge ruled that a woman could sue her ex-boyfriend for sexual assault, but the case has yet to go to trial.
That case, which has not been heard in court, is also about the power of a woman’s silence.
The case involved a sexual encounter in 2014.
In court, a lawyer for the woman told jurors that she did not want to have sex with the man.
That’s when the man started to have a sexual relationship with her.
After the sexual encounter, she said, she was afraid to leave the house.
She later called her husband, who was in his mid-40s, and told him she wanted to stay.
The woman told her husband to call the police, but he declined.
When the police arrived at the house, they found the man in bed with his ex-girlfriend.
According to a criminal complaint filed in court against the woman, she “had been assaulted by Defendant Doe and had not sought to escape the assault.”
The woman said that during the encounter, the man “punched her in the face several times.”
He allegedly told her to “get in the bedroom.”
The court papers described the man as a white man, 6 feet tall, 180 pounds and with a tattoo on his right forearm that reads “Babe” and a tattoo of a cross on his left shoulder.
The man told police that the woman had said “she wanted to go get drunk” and that she didn’t want to tell him the details of the incident, the complaint said.
The court document stated that the man said that he had been drinking with his mother in the house and that he didn’t know what happened.
The police said the woman went to her mother’s house and “went to a room where she had sex with Defendant Doe.”
When the woman was questioned, she told police, “He hit me.
He kicked me in the stomach.”
The man also told police “that he grabbed my penis and put it in his mouth.”
The criminal complaint said that “the defendant stated that he felt that the defendant had been having an affair with the victim for about five years.”
The case has been set for trial in 2018.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.