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By Sam Thrift Saturday, March 24, 2012A 27-year-old College of William and Mary student accused of raping another student in October is suing his accuser for about $5 million for damages.
Prosecutors dropped a rape charge against Jeffrey Weaver, a Iraq war veteran and a junior William and Mary business student, on Dec. 22, 2011. The accuser was a 20-year-old William and Mary student, according to a civil suit filed last week in Williamsburg/James City County Circuit Court.
The suit said Weaver is suing his accuser because she knowingly gave police and college officials false information to have him arrested and kicked out of school.
Contacted by WYDaily, Weaver deferred comment to his attorney, Kenneth Yoffy, who said the suit spoke for itself.
WYDaily is not publishing the woman's name at this time.
According to the suit, the two met at a local pub on Oct. 14 and “began enjoying each other’s company.” She invited him back to her residence hall room around 2 a.m., kissing and holding hands on the walk. Weaver claims they had consensual sex, with the accuser reminding him to wear a condom. About 10 minutes after they began, she asked him to stop and he complied. She asked him to leave and they exchanged phone numbers.
The suit states the accuser went to Riverside Hospital and told the nurse and a William and Mary police officer that she had been raped, according to the suit. She told the nurse that he forced himself on her, pulled out a condom from his wallet and raped her even though she repeatedly saying no.
Weaver was charged with rape and arrested on Oct. 17. He was granted a $25,000 bond the next day. During the bond hearing, Weaver told the court that it was consensual sex and the accuser suggested and supplied the condom.
The day of the bond hearing the accuser allegedly called the officer on the case to revise her statement, according to the suit. She said Weaver didn’t get the condom from his wallet, but from her desk. She said it was at that point she decided she did not want to have sex with Weaver.
On Oct. 29, the accuser went to officials from William and Mary to have Weaver removed as a student. Weaver says he was subsequently told he could no longer attend the college. Suzanne Seurattan, a College of William and Mary spokeswoman, said any violation of law could trigger the campus disciplinary process. Sanctions can range from warnings to dismissal.
The suit said Weaver lost a significant amount of money from legal fees and withdrawing from William and Mary. It also says he “suffered substantial mental anguish, personal injury and the indignity of a horrendous public stigma from the false allegations.”
Weaver is asking for $5 million in compensatory damages and $350,000 in punitive damages, according to the suit.
A court date has yet to be set.