Minnesota student sues JD.com’s CEO Liu, company over rape allegation

Minnesota student sues JD.com’s CEO Liu, company over rape allegation

A University of Minnesota student who said she was raped last August by Richard Liu, the CEO of China’s e-commerce retailer JD.com, filed a civil lawsuit against him in a Minneapolis court on Tuesday. Liu, through his lawyers, maintained his innocence throughout the law enforcement investigation, which ended in December. The lawsuit seeks undisclosed damages.

KCooper
KCooper
U. S. Marine
U. S. Marine 1 year

I do not believe her I do not believe him I do believe in evidence.

U. S. Marine
U. S. Marine 1 year

One good thing about that lying sack Ford. We wait for evidence now.

Danny Mcgrath
Danny Mcgrath 1 year

She waits 9 months to come forward and just go to the police back in August? More fake allegations. No doubt she was scorned and this is revenge.

david dindu
david dindu 1 year

that commie is thinking, "why u believe all whaman?"

Aight Bradley
Aight Bradley 1 year

I'll wait and see. And rape victims need to not wait. If you get raped, go immediately to a hospital so they can give you a rape kit and collect DNA evidence. Otherwise it's hard to prove, and public, obvious liars like Ford mean that you're less likely to be believed than ever.

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