Sexual human trafficking is the forced confinement or transportation of a person for the purpose of sexual exploitation.Contrary to popular belief, almost all of the victims in Canada are Canadian born.Sheriff’s deputies were called to a Minnesota Avenue residence near De Land about a suicidal person at 1 a.m.Wednesday where they were told Oliphant had taken some pills in an effort to kill himself, reports state.As the debate over campus sexual assaults continues to shadow universities throughout the Carolinas and beyond, more accused male students have started taking their female accusers to court.In the past three years, male students accused of sexual misconduct have filed hundreds of lawsuits, charging that they were the victims of both false allegations and school procedures that failed to properly vet the claims.
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Investigators learned Oliphant picked up the woman to go out about p.m. After dinner and some drinks and a game of darts at a bar, Oliphant and the woman returned to his detached garage apartment located about 2 miles from campus, deputies said.
At the apartment, which records show is on Oliphant’s parents’ property, an argument started, and the 28-year-old woman left.
A Stetson University student who took a woman to dinner to celebrate his birthday turned violent during an argument and tried to rape her on the side of a street, investigating Volusia County deputies said.
Patrick Oliphant, 21, was charged in the off-campus attack with attempted sexual battery, false imprisonment and felony battery.
Critics of these lawsuits say they can place assault victims on trial, further suppressing an already under-reported crime.