Sexual Assault or False Claim?


Madison county woman arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after false report ofsexual assault.

Authorities have determined a woman from Madison County, Illinois falsely reported a man she met in a bar had sexually assaulted her. As a result of her false sexual assault claim, she has been charged with disorderly conduct.

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Sheriff’s deputies were requested to an Alton hospital at 3:19 a.m. where Nicole L. Mitchell, 24, told them she met a man at a bar in Cottage Hills and gave him a ride home. It was there, she said, that the man sexually assaulted her.

After looking into the case investigators determined that Mitchell’s story and the evidence do not line up. They reported that her claims were false and that no sexual assault had occurred.

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Mitchell’s bond was set at $15,000.

Don’t be surprised. Unfortunately, these type of false Sexual Assault claims happen more than you think! Sometimes it’s personal, romantic, vengeful, and sometimes, there is no explanation at all. Don’t let yourself be a victim of a false Sexual Assault or Domestic Violence claim!

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If you are facing a Michigan Domestic Violence or Sexual Assault charge, call Prain Law, PLLC, your Michigan Domestic Violence Lawyer at (248) 731-4543. You’ll get an absolutely free face-to-face consultation. We have never had a client facing a Domestic Violence charge go to Jail. Why not call us right now? Follow Brian on Twitter.


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