Overton’s Orgy Parties Are All The Rage

Everyone, do yourselves a favor:  read this.  Then go get three friends and have THEM read it.  If you read a lot of articles on the Internet, it’ll easily be the best thing you read all week; if you don’t read a lot, then bank on it being the best thing you read all year.

Leave it to the Seattle Weekly to give us in great detail the night of January 8, 2011, in the casa de Overton’s sister.

As the weeks dragged on, and the rest of the Pac-10 fan-brotherhood became aware that some shenanigans went down, I kinda had a feeling that this wouldn’t end as badly as first thought.  I mean, when you’re talking about rape, how much more open and shut could it be?  Little did I know even the accuser’s friend didn’t have her back in all this; here’s a money quote:

I was like, ‘If you’re not, if you weren’t ready like [to] hang out with guys, then why would you come here?’ Like, what I don’t understand, what did she [think] was gonna happen? Like we, we could, uh, just went there and hung out and stuff, we didn’t have to do anything.

I just think she’s a liar,” the accuser’s friend told a detective three days after the incident. “She should know the consequences. Like, she’s ruining a guy’s life if he didn’t really do this.

I’m telling you:  This Is A Great Article!  One more quote from Overton, in case this hasn’t been whetting your whistle enough:

I just kept it, kept it real like blunt like ‘OK, if you come with us like what you guys want to do?'” Overton told police. “I was [like] ‘OK how about a orgy party?’ And then she like, ‘Yeah where at?’ And I was like ‘Are you serious?

Go.  Go now and read, and have yourself a great, orgiastic Friday.

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