‘I felt that it was my fault’: A rape survivor shares her story of speaking out

‘I felt that it was my fault’: A rape survivor shares her story of speaking out

The allegations against Brett Kavanaugh have compelled people to share their own experiences with sexual assault and why they didn’t come forward. When Chessy Prout was a freshman in high school, she was raped by a classmate. She spoke to authorities, brought charges and suffered a backlash. The author of “I Have the Right To,” Prout joins Amna Nawaz to discuss the shame she experienced.

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