Who is Mara Louk? Visible Music College punished her after rape claim: Even after raising many campaigns for the safety of women the crimes against her are not taking the name to stop. Another crime against women is shedding the light on a case. As per the latest report, an ex-student of a Memphis Christian college alleged the college of banning her from the campus for reportedly having premarital s*x with her former boyfriend after she reported that a fellow classmate r@ped her. The 22-years-old, Mara Louk, lodged a federal complaint with the United State Department of Education last week against Visible Music College, asserting that the school did nothing after she reported that her classmate had choked and r@ped her in the month of November 2021. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com

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Who is Mara Louk?

The alleged complaint said that on 2nd November 2021, a male classmate came over to her apartment in Louk to play board games. He then started s**ually assaulting her. She narrated her trial to a school administrator the next day. Louk informed NBC News that “I did not expect them to actually throw out him, but I did trust them sufficient to get a plan in motion to keep him away from me and other pupils.” She lodged a s*xual assault report with Memphis Police the following day, but a week later, she was informed there was not sufficient proof to make a detain.

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On 15th November, school administrators informed her that the accused boy would be permitted to continue to attend classes since cops did not charge him. Louk asserted that the administration department also alleged her of breaking school norms against premarital physical relationships with another pupil, even though she mentioned that she did not. The blamed classmate reportedly informed the school official that she had s*x with her former beau that semester, asserting that the former confirmed the same.

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The Campus Safety section of the website the school reads, “The ‘Crime on Campus’ reporting program is operated in accordance with the requirements of the ‘College and University Security Information Act’, (T.C.A. 49-7-2201, et. seq.) enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Tennessee, effectively 1st July 1989. The Act needs each institution of higher education to report to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation data connecting to crimes happening on the campus and in student housing. “The Bureau is needed to prescribe the reporting form and format for the collection of such data and to issue an annual report of the results of such data submissions from each institution.”

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