“Accuser Should Stay Anonymous,” Says Accused Rapist In Support Of Anonymity For Rape Suspects, After 40,000 Hidden Messages Proves His Innocence .



Liam Allan with his family and friends celebrating after release from all charges.

22-year-old Liam Allan was accused of 12 rape and sexual assault counts and could have been jailed for 12 years. Thanks to a hidden total of 40,000 text messages from the person who accused him, the case against him collapsed last week releasing him as “innocent”.

It was revealed that his accuser ‘begged him for sex’ and had a history of exchanging messages with other partners about rape fantasies.

In a turn of events, Liam has now sued the police and could now win hundreds of thousands of pounds because of false allegations. The detective accountable for the fizzled case at Croydon crown court, South London, is currently the focus of a Met probe.

Liam depicted the arrangement of deplorable occasions as ‘frightful limbo’ enduring two years. He added that wants to utilize his encounters to push for changes within the criminal justice framework which will benefit both the individuals who have been wrongly blamed, and victims.

About the accuser he said that “it’s fair to remain anonymous throughout the whole thing and even afterwards”, and that  “can completely understand that at this current point in time.

The news string created a buzz on social media and people were divided in their reactions showcasing their opinion.

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