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Teen Fabricated Huge Lie To Stop Him From Attending Same University, Now He's Suing

Back in their high school days, Ari Grossman and Kalya Torrey were an item. Things didn’t work out so they split up, but the drama didn’t end there. The two teens are now attending the same college, and the situation has deteriorated to the point that lawyers are getting involved. As the Daily Mail shares, Grossman has filed suit claiming that Torrey fabricated rape allegations against him to insure he would be booted out of the school.

According to Grossman, he was accepted into Manhattan's Pace University. Turns out that Torrey was as well. That prompted a call from Torrey’s parents demanding that he drop out, but he declined those requests. Torrey would subsequently file a restraining order against him, but a judge dismissed any charges and told the pair to work out their differences - at a distance.

Fast forward to the college days, and the situation deteriorated. Torrey filed a number of complaints against Grossman, and he was eventually hauled off to a detention cell. The authorities declined to press charges after surveillance video revealed no evidence of stalking as Torrey had claimed.

Quite simply, the situation is a gigantic mess. Grossman is now filing a lawsuit against Torrey to bring the matter to a close, and the NYPD and Pace University will likely be subjected to suits as well.

“It's just been a horrible college experience for him. We feel at this point he is not being protected,” said his lawyer, Julie Goldberg

Torrey’s father has also offered up some comments.

“Obviously we don't agree with anything,” he said. “But we think it is inappropriate to comment.
This is playing with these kids lives and it's a sad situation.”

It’s unclear who applied to the college first, or if either party was aware that the other one was applying as well. Perhaps that will come to light in the legal proceedings, but it’s quite clear that at least one of them needs a change of scenery.

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Source: Mail Online
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