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Chessy Prout, who was the victim of sexual assault at the prestigious St. Paul’s boarding school in New Hampshire when she was 15, is now the author of “I Have the Right To,” a book about her ordeal and subsequent path to activism. She tells TODAY’s Hoda Kotb: “I wanted to reclaim my name, reclaim my story.”