Nikki Yovino [right] was sentenced to one year in jail for falsely claiming Malik St Hilaire [left], and another member of the football team at Sacred Heart University in Connecticut raped her during a party
Yovino was caught rolling her eyes several times as the judge sentenced her to a year in jail for falsely accusing two fellow Sacred Heart University students of rape
“My life will never be the same,” said Malik St. Hilaire of the two men Yovino falsely accused of rape during his victim’s impact statement
‘I went from being a college student to sitting at home being expelled with no way to clear my name,’ St. Hilaire said. ‘I just hope she knows what she has done to me, my life will never be the same. I did nothing wrong, but everything has been altered because of this.’
Frank Riccio III, who is representing the football players, read a statement from the second man, who does not want to be identified. The man said he lost his football scholarship because of Yovino’s allegations and suffers from depression and anxiety.
‘She accused me of what I believe to be a horrendous, horrific crime out of her own selfish concerns,’ the unidentified student’s statement read, according to The Hour.
‘I lost my scholarship, my dream of continuing to play football and now I am in debt $30,000 and I’m simply trying to get ahead as best as I can.’