It started with a depressingly familiar scenario: A college party. Too much drinking. A young woman who said she woke up with her pants down and a man on top of her.

But Yee Xiong’s case against a fellow student at the University of California at Davis took a decidedly unusual turn when her alleged attacker on the day of his sentencing sued her for defamation, seeking $4 million in damages.

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