Alleged rape victim opens up about being shunned by her community
Amber Wyatt was a rising high school junior in Arlington, Texas, in 2006 when she says she was raped by two boys after a party. She reported the alleged assault to an adult and to authorities, but her community turned against her. Wyatt’s story is detailed in a Washington Post article reported by her former classmate Elizabeth Bruenig. Wyatt and her lawyer, women’s rights attorney Gloria Allred, join Megyn Kelly to speak out.
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