Some share their stories anonymously, using Bitmojis and Emojis to cover their faces, but some reveal their identities.
“It spotlights the sexual abuse, sexual harassment and sexism that lurks beneath the surface of university life, nationwide,” Price said.
The victim was transported to Cooper University Hospital for treatment.
He also admitted that he accessed the account on multiple devices.
On March 21, the sheriff’s department searched a cellphone that was seized and found conversations on Snapchat under the username Brett Larson6969.
“In my first term of freshers I walked a drunk friend home after a night out.
I refused to let anything happen but he said, ‘It’s not rape - you want this,’” said one woman.