Expelled Yale student says rape case that led to acquittal 'eviscerated' his life

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'A former Yale student from Afghanistan who was expelled after a rape case that ultimately led to acquittal told FOX News the events have "eviscerated" his life.

In 2018, Khan was acquitted of all four sexual assault charges by a New Haven, Conn., jury, and he told the local paper at the time that as the trial went on, he was essentially "alone in America" and had no real home while being faced with the allegation.

Khan had been accused of raping a female student in her dormitory on Halloween 2015. The New York Times reported at the time that the case took on political significance over whether campus assault cases should be conducted by universities or police.

The Connecticut Supreme Court recently ruled Khan can now sue his accuser for defamation regarding statements made during a school hearing, according to the New York Post.
"One of the craziest arguments that Yale had said was that just because a court of law says that you're not guilty doesn't mean we think you're not guilty."'

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