He confessed on video to kissing and feeling her up. But his version is that it was concentual, and that he stopped when she said no. I guess the jury wouldn't convict on a he-said, she-said type of testimony.
Personally, I think he "might" have done it. But at the same time, they might have fooled around, and then she had second thoughts. Either way, you can't convict on what might have happened. You have to convict based on reasonable doubt.
She invited him to meet her in her home, not to meet her somewhere in public. The fact that she wanted to meet him in private may have made the jury think that she wanted to have sex with him, and changed her mind. Maybe she wanted him to leave his wife and he said no - then she cried rape. You know what they say about a woman scorned. So many possibilities, and the only thing that is agreed on is that they kissed and he lifted her shirt. No way they're going to get a conviction.
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