Sex Offender Sues His Victim For Calling Him A Rapist On Facebook — And Gets A VERY Swift Judgment!

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Unbelievable.

Lang Her is so upset that people are calling him a rapist on the internet, he filed a lawsuit against the person he believes to be slandering his name.

But seeing as the person who made the claims was the victim Her plead guilty of assaulting, the judge wasn’t exactly sympathetic to the sex offender’s case.

According to reports, the California judge took less than 30 minutes to throw out the $4 million defamation lawsuit from the former University of California, Davis student, who stood trial twice for the sexual assault of fellow student Yee Xiong (pictured above) at a party in 2012.

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After the first two trials resulted in a deadlocked jury, the 26-year-old pleaded no contest to assault by means of force likely to produce great bodily injury. He was ordered to register as a sex offender, and will receive counseling and a five year probationary period.

But Her tried to turn the tables by suing Xiong and three of her siblings for calling him a rapist in Facebook comments, claiming the posts caused him “mental and emotional distress.”

Um… does he really not see the disgusting irony in those claims?

In his complaint, the offender claims that Xiang’s sister made “false and defamatory” statements against him on social media the final day of the first trial (May 21, 2015), when the victim’s family learned that the jury could not reach a unanimous decision.

That day, Yee’s older sister Ger Xiong posted a note featuring several photos of Her that read:

“Rapists destroy lives. Rapists hurt all of us, not just their victims.”

After seeing the staggering amount of money Her was asking for, Yee says she “had to laugh” over the ridiculous counter-suit.

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She explained:

“When I saw he was asking for $4 million, I had to laugh. I thought it was a joke. I think (Her’s family) wanted to get revenge, to hurt me in some way. They just wanted to get back at me.”

McGregor Scott, who represented Xiong in the previous trials, says the lawsuit is a part of a new trend of men found guilty of sexual assault attempting to sue their victims, telling AP:

“This was all about causing her additional grief and causing her additional stress and re-victimizing the victim for no purpose.”

Fortunately, the attorney believes that Monday’s swift decision will discourage other sex offenders from filing similar lawsuits.

[Image via Randall Brenton/The Sacramento Bee.]

Oct 4, 2016 1:22pm PDT

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