Tyler Clementi's Roommate Just Got His Conviction Overturned After 4 Years… But The Court Is Still In Disbelief By His 'Grotesque' Actions!
So no one's at fault here now? Got it.
It's been nearly six years since 18-year-old college student Tyler Clementi committed suicide due to bullying, and yet his court case is still getting new updates to this very day.
In fact, Friday may have just been the biggest day throughout the entire legal process because Tyler's former roommate Dharun Ravi somehow got his conviction overturned.
Despite only serving 20 days for invasion of privacy and bias intimidation after secretly video taping Tyler hooking up with another man while sharing a room at Rutgers University in 2010, Dharun is about to get even further off the hook thanks to some new legal loopholes.
Apparently, while the New Jersey Superior Court still believes Dharun — and his co-conspirator Molly Wei, for that matter — should feel bad for their involvement in Tyler's death, they apparently believe he does deserve a new trial, saying: