One of the comments: You think that is fucked up......look up the story of Brian Banks:
From his wiki page:
Banks was a standout high school football star at Polytechnic High School (Poly) in Long Beach, California, and in 2002 had verbally committed to play for USC. After being falsely accused of rape by a classmate, he spent more than five years in prison, but had his conviction overturned in 2012 after his accuser was secretly recorded admitting she had fabricated the story. Following his exoneration, Banks sought to resume his football career, attending mini-camps for several NFL teams before signing with the Locomotives on September 20, 2012.
In the summer of 2002, Banks was arrested and charged after classmate Wanetta Gibson said that he dragged her into a stairway at Polytechnic High School (Poly) and raped her. Prosecutors offered him a plea deal—plead guilty and face at most 18 months in prison, or go to trial and risk a sentence of 41 years to life in prison if convicted. Years later, Banks said that his lawyer advised him to take the plea deal, saying, "When you go into that courtroom, the jury is going to see a big black teenager and you're automatically going to be assumed guilty." A horrified Banks wanted to talk to his mother, but was told he had 10 minutes to decide whether to take the deal. Banks ultimately pleaded no contest to forcible rape and was sentenced to six years in prison and five years of probation. He also had to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life. Wanetta Gibson and her mother Wanda Rhodes sued the Long Beach Unified School District, claiming the Poly campus was not a safe environment, and won a $1.5 million settlement. In March 2011, Gibson contacted Banks on Facebook, met with him, and admitted that she had fabricated the story. Banks secretly recorded Gibson's confession, but she refused to tell prosecutors that she had lied so she wouldn't have to return the money she and her family had won in court. Nevertheless, with Gibson's taped admission and help from California Innocence Project attorneys, Los Angeles County prosecutors overturned Banks' conviction on May 24, 2012.
TL:DR--Football star accused of rape, gets offered a plea and given 10 minutes to decide. She and her mother sues and gets $1.5 million. Banks serves five years in prison before the accuser is taped admitting she fabricated the whole story. She then lies again to the prosecutors because she didn't want to have to return any of the money. Banks did get out of prison as a result but he had to spend five years in prison because of a lying ass bitch