A college student in the University that I am now suspended from had accused me of rape. Because of the initial accusation, I was immediately suspended from the University pending my school disciplinary hearing, and subsequently was forced to withdraw from my Summer Session classes, which set me back a year and made me lose the tuition fee. During the hearing, the Board found me responsible for rape even though the complainant had NO evidence. I now have these serious charges on my academic record, and I am unable to attend my University. I wish I had more available characters to explain the situation more, but I am wondering how I can seek Justice. My parents and I have no more money because of this. Can we sue the woman for her false report? Can I recuperate my losses financially? How?In the Board's explanation of their decision, they sided with her based on solely on her testimony. They believed that it was "more likely than not" that I am guilty. The complainant's affidavit was submitted by a school counselor, who she had been seeing because of claims that she had suffered PTSD. This was all a charade on her part, but when it was her word against mine, the Board sided with her. Because of this malicious and false accusation, my college career is effectively terminated and my family and I suffered unrecoverable financial losses. Even if I had won the hearing, I would have still been set back the Summer tuition fee, and I would have also been set back a full academic year because the classes that I had been taking can only be taken during the Summer, and they were prerequisites for the Fall and Spring Semesters. This means that I would have had to wait until the next Summer in order to continue.