The parents of a former high school student filed a lawsuit in federal court claiming their teenage son was terrorized by false accusations made by five “mean girls” at school.  TribLive has the details:

Michael J. and Alecia Flood of Zelienople, Butler County, the parents of a teenage boy identified in the lawsuit as T.F., seek unspecified civil damages against the girls’ parents, the school district and Butler County District Attorney Richard Goldinger’s office. The lawsuit, which includes the term “mean girls,” alleges they “conspired in person and via electronic communication devices to falsely accuse T.F. of sexual assault on two occasions.”

Neither Goldinger nor Seneca Valley school officials returned calls seeking comment.

The 26-page lawsuit — filed in Pittsburgh on the eve of Mean Girls Day — alleges that T.F. “was forced to endure multiple court appearances, detention in a juvenile facility, detention at home, the loss of his liberty and other damages until several of the girls reluctantly admitted that their accusations were false” this summer.

The lawsuit contends T.F. was bullied on multiple occasions by classmates. In one example, the lawsuit said students last year placed masking tape with the word “PREDATOR” written on it on his back without his knowledge during choir practice.

The lawsuit alleges the boy was further damaged from “gender bias” by school officials and Goldinger’s office, which even after learning the girls’ accusations were false “did not take any action against the females involved,” said attorney Craig Fishman of Pittsburgh, who represents the Floods.

Wait, I didn’t even think it was possible that teenage girls could lie…  At least that’s what I’ve heard relentlessly from leftists with “hot takes” throughout the Kavanaugh debacle.  #BelieveWomen, they tweet.  But apparently, all women haven’t gotten the memo.

Or, some have… and are using this cultural misperception as a “get out of jail free” card after they harass the innocent.

Here’s the bottom line: men lie, women lie.  That’s why evidence is so important in this nation.  Thankfully.  Because I wouldn’t want to live in a place where the people who have the most power are “mean girls” with a vendetta against men.

Hat Tip: Trib Live

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