Yet another example of social justice warriors making up allegations to create a name for themselves. She should have said someone raped her, at least then no one would be questioning her veracity seriously and she’d still be walking around and harassing others on campus as a free woman.
Now? She’s going to be in a jail cell:
Anna Ayers, who is a member of the OU Student Senate, was arrested Monday and charged by the Ohio University Police Department with three separate counts of “making false alarms.” It is alleged that Ayers falsely reported multiple threatening messages, including a “death threat,” which she claims was because of her being a member of the LGBTQ community.
“Ayers previously reported receiving a series of threatening messages, two of them in the Student Senate office, and one of them at her residence,” the OU Police Department’s statement reads, adding that, “subsequent investigation by OUPD found that Ayers had placed the messages herself, prior to reporting them.”
Ayers, the former student senate appropriations commissioner, reported to the student senate last week that she received a note in the student senate office on September 27, which she said “expressed extreme hatred… because of who I am,” according to an article in The Post, a student-run newspaper on campus.
The following week, October 6, Ayers thanked supporters on Twitter for being with her “during a pretty awful time.”
“Making ‘false alarms’ is a first-degree misdemeanor that can carry a maximum penalty of six months in jail and a $1,000 fine.” According to an OU Police Department tweet, “Ayers is scheduled to appear in Athens County Municipal Court Thursday morning.
“We are still processing and encouraging our members to take time to heal and utilize campus support resources right now,” Student Senate President Maddie Sloat said in a statement to Campus Reform. “We’re complying with the investigation and OUPD. We hope Anna receives the help that she needs.”
With regard to her position in [the student senate, spokesperson for the student government organization told Campus Reform, “Anna Ayers resigned from her position this morning.”