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Financial sector exec denies sexually assaulting 19-year-old coed suing him – Rob Langrick claims accuser, Monica Morrison, enjoyed their college rooftop sex so much she was overheard achieving a ‘noisy, prolonged and distinctive finish’

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Former Bloomberg exec. Rob Langrick, has debunked claims in a court filing by Monica Morison that he tried to rape her at a frat party in 2005
Langrick who was 29 grad student at the time while Morrison was 19, counters in his own filing that the Dartmouth coed enjoyed their rooftop sex so much she was overheard achieving a ‘noisy, prolonged and distinctive finish’
Monica Morrison had filed a lawsuit last Nov accusing Rob Langrick, a top figure at an investment watchdog, of attempted rape dourteen years ago
Morrison, now 33, admits he went on a booze-fueled rampage, where he urinated on the claimant’s clothing and staggered around naked in her dorm room
Freelance writer Morrison says they only kissed on cupola of her building’s rooftop, but she was drunk, later passed out and awoke to find him trying to penetrate her 
She claims that experience of nearly 14 years ago has left her severely scarred
In a countersuit, Langrick, 42, claims the pair had consensual sex in the cupola, saying that Morrison could not have been so drunk because she led the way negotiating the tricky passage to the ‘love shack’ cupola
That his partner enjoyed their ‘consensual sex’ so much that she had a noisy finish, overheard by those below
Langrick said their encounter was ‘notable and distinctive because it involved a prolonged ejaculatory stream [from Morrison]’ that ‘sprayed his face and torso’  
He submitted docs, suggesting Morrison later wrote him in a series of mocking emails, demanding an expensive restaurant meal for her friends as compensation for urinating on her sweater
Langrick has accused Morrison of trying to use the #metoo movement to ‘make a name for herself as a writer and improve her precarious financial situation’
Rob Langrick 2  Rob Langrick [photo], a top figure at an investment watchdog, has debunked claims in a court filing by Monica Morison that he tried to rape her when she was 19 and he was 29 after she got drunk at a frat party in 2005

A former Bloomberg executive accused of sexually assaulting a teenage college student insists their raucous sexcapade on a Dartmouth College rooftop was ‘consensual’.
Monica Morrison claims that 29-year-old grad student Rob Langrick, tried to rape her in 2005 after she got so drunk at a frat party she passed out and was incapable of consenting.
The former Bloomberg executive has been accused of sexually assaulting Monica Morrison, a then 19-year-old college student in a booze-fueled ‘rampage’ before trying to silence her with a series of ‘bullying’ legal threats, when she tried to go public over a decade later.
Monica Morrison, now 33, claims Rob Langrick, 42, a senior figure at global investment watchdog the CFA Institute, tried to rape her 14 years ago after she passed out following a drunken frat party at Dartmouth College.
In her court filing Morrison describes waking up to find her underwear missing and the top finance executive attempting to penetrate her while making ‘disgusting’ comments such as: ‘I want you to p**s in my mouth.’

Monica Morrison 3
  ‘I hope my experience will inspire the current generation not to remain silent if they have been the subject of sexual harassment or assault,’ says Monica Morrison who has been waging an all out assault on Langrick in the courts and social media

Morrison further alleges that Langrick, who was an MBA student at the time and nearly ten years older than the sophomore, snorted cocaine with the coeds, urinated on her clothing and staggered around her room naked following an ‘out of control’ drinking session that became a ‘horror show’.
Morrison, now a freelance writer, reported the incident to police in Hanover, New Hampshire three days later but officers declined to prosecute Langrick despite his admission that he was ‘more drunk than I have ever been in my life’ and couldn’t remember much of what happened.

Langrick denies Morrison’s allegations of sexual assault against him and has threatened to sue her for slander over the claims. His legal team has accused Morrison of trying to extort their client and have described her allegations as ‘false and extremely serious’.
In a new court filing Langrick, 42, describes how the pair climbed out of a bedroom window and crept across a sloped roof to reach a small wooden turret that students used as a secret sex den.
He says the ‘tricky physical maneuver’ to reach the nook, known as a cupola, could not be achieved safely if the pair had been drunk – and that Morrison enjoyed the ensuing, hour-long ‘hook up’ so much she was overheard achieving a noisy and ‘prolonged’ climax.
Langrick’s rebuttal comes after Morrison filed a lawsuit on November accusing him of going on a booze-fueled rampage in which he also snorted cocaine, urinated on her clothing and staggered around her room naked in front of her roommate.

The court documents says the amorous couple ‘proceeded to engage in foreplay and ultimately sexual intercourse’ until Morrison achieved a noisy climax that was overheard downstairs by fellow students.
‘As would later be corroborated by witnesses, Ms. Morrison was a willing, enthusiastic, and vocal participant,’ the paperwork adds, dismissing the urinating in the mouth comment as a misunderstanding.
‘The orgasm itself was notable and distinctive because, as Mr. Langrick was later able to describe to police, it involved a prolonged ejaculatory stream,’ the document goes on.
‘Mr. Langrick, taken by surprise, made a comment to Ms. Morrison at the time about the ejaculate having sprayed his face and torso.’
Langrick’s filing says the pair then climbed back into Morrison’s bedroom and she invited him to sleep in her bed despite the presence of her roommate snoozing nearby.
He claims he urinated on her clothes by accident when he got up moments later to go to the bathroom.
‘By this time, the effects of alcohol consumption and sleep deprivation were having an effect, and Mr. Langrick was disoriented,’ the document adds.
‘He got out of bed, but not knowing where the bathroom was and generally confused, he began to urinate in the bedroom.
‘Ms. Morrison’s roommate and her boyfriend, awakened again, saw this occur and were understandably upset.
‘They yelled at Mr. Langrick who, not fully comprehending what was going on, tried to get back into the wrong bed that was occupied by the roommate’s boyfriend.’
Langrick says he was embarrassed by his behavior and later offered Morrison $200 in compensation for urinating on her sweater. 

Monica Morrison 7Rape accused, Rob Langrick ,contends that the complainant [photo], ‘Concerned about her exposure both socially and legally, decided that she could deflect the scorn of her housemates, and earn their sympathy instead, by portraying herself as a victim of sexual assault.’

According to court papers, he says she responded with a series of mocking emails, demanding an expensive restaurant meal for her friends as further compensation – signing off: ‘Can we p**s on your floor?’
Langrick admits that when he fled the house he left behind a small amount of cocaine. However, he said, Morrison broke the law herself but keeping it and supplying it to another person who was known to have a drug problem.
Morrison, a freelance writer, wrote a blog post which Langrick believes was directed at him. He further accuses Morrison of stealing other possessions he left behind in the cupola, including his car keys, cash, an expensive digital camera and a debit card. He claims she made up her subsequent sex assault claims because she was embarrassed and her roommate was angry about the incident.
‘Ms. Morrison was also aware that she had blatantly committed theft by stealing Mr. Langrick’s cash and property, and that she had created a paper trial of emails that could easily be construed as an extortion attempt,’ the filing adds.
‘Concerned about her exposure both socially and legally, Ms. Morrison decided that she could deflect the scorn of her housemates, and earn their sympathy instead, by portraying herself as a victim of sexual assault.’
Morrison reported the alleged attack to staff at Dartmouth and three days later repeated her allegations to the Hanover Police Department, which investigated Langrick for forcible fondling, a class A felony.

The filing states that Morrison rang Langrick’s Bloomberg office in June 2016 and left him ‘a strange voicemail in which she claimed to be making a ”press inquiry” regarding his employer.’
He ignored the message but Morrison followed it up with the January 2018 call to his HR department, which caused him ’emotional distress’ and ‘great embarrassment.’
‘She made similar false and defamatory statements in several subsequent online postings in which she identified Mr. Langrick by name and claimed that he raped her,’ the filing adds.
‘But Mr. Langrick still refused to pay her a dime.’
The alleged postings include an anonymous July 19, 2018 ‘personal review’ of Langrick on the website MyLife.com which states he ‘committed a sexual assault with a woman who was 19 years old when he was a business school grad.’
Morrison also allegedly created a group entitled ‘Rapist’ on the video sharing site VIMEO and posted a clip of Langrick giving a 2015 ‘Bloomberg for Education presentation. The footage is still online.

    

 

 

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