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Friend says he was drug raped but is also in denial about bisexuality.
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My friend and I have been friends since we both started middle school. We've been good friends and all that but like about 2 years ago started sexually experimenting. We only had sex twice and I always used a condom. Both times he was a bottom and I was a top. Our friendship stayed the same we weren't ever romantically involved or anything like that. He said a year later after all of this he likes girls and dates girls. I prefer girls too but I liked sucking his cock too so I don't mind identifying as bisexual. He jizzed way more than I did in our encounters so I know he liked it too. But he identifies as straight. Well recently something happened between him and guy who's a senior. He was drinking e says a nonalcoholic beverage and things got foggy and he ends up having sex with this guy and neither me or my other friend could find him when we did he was like passed put in the bathroom with his pants somewhat like opened. It seemed actually like he got drunk and tries to get to the bathroom but not in time. Anyhow he told his parents he was sexually assaulted like that he was drug raped. Now I got questioned by the police and so did my friend. They also asked if he ever did like homosexual activity of this nature in the past. I said no. But I mean I lied kind of. But I didn't want to make him look bad. But still feel wrong about lying. Did I do the right or wrong thing?

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Truth is always best.

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His family he was adopted by is also religious which I think is why he doesnt identify as bisexual. But the main issue is I don't know if I lied or not because he has never gotten drunk before and is scared of alcohol because his mom is an alcoholic etc... So it is out of character that he'd drink but its not out of character he'd have sex with a guy at the same time

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Quote: from daryl at 10:35 am on Dec. 28, 2016

Truth is always best.

Hmmmm, in some cases. When it comes to the law/lawsuits it's always best to be smart about what you say. Because the law is quite complicated, full of loopholes and what you say can come back to hurt you.

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Well, if the cops charge somebody with a sexual assault against your friend and that person claims it was consensual, your lie could come back to cause you problems.

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Quote: from young22 at 12:35 pm on Dec. 30, 2016

Quote: from daryl at 10:35 am on Dec. 28, 2016

Truth is always best.

Hmmmm, in some cases. When it comes to the law/lawsuits it's always best to be smart about what you say. Because the law is quite complicated, full of loopholes and what you say can come back to hurt you.


It kind of backfired because my friend kind of made the mistake of saying we may have been involved with


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