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Roosh Threatens to Sue Blogger Who Told The Story of a Woman Accusing Him of Rape

Roosh at a Ukrainian cafe
Roosh at a Ukrainian cafe

Ten days ago, author ​S. Jane Gari wrote an explosive blog post (which I wrote about here) about the now notorious pickup artist Roosh Valizadeh. In the post Gari relayed what she said was the story of an Icelandic woman who claims that Roosh raped her several years ago after following her home from a Reykjavik bar.

Now Roosh is threatening to sue Gari for defamation, claiming that the story Gari tells is “completely fabricated” and suggesting that the accuser herself, whom Gari calls “Susan,” may be nothing more than a figment of Gari’s imagination. In a post on his website Return of Kings, Roosh not only denies raping “Susan,” he declares flatly that he’s never “[f]ollow[ed] a girl home.”

As Roosh tells it,

[t]his is not a case of a girl I know making up an encounter, but a girl who I’ve never met and who I believe doesn’t even exist inventing a situation after skimming through publicly available excerpts of Bang Iceland.

In a letter evidently sent to Gari, and later posted on Return of Kings, Roosh’s lawyer, Marc Randazza, declares “Susan’s” story as “a complete work of fiction” adding later that

The story on its surface does not even sound credible. There is no possibility that if you examined this story with any amount of rigor, that you could believe it to be true.

These denials — from Roosh and from his lawyer — strike me as frankly bizarre.

The story that Gari tells, and that Randazza evidently deems so incredible, matches in most of its key details a story that Roosh tells in his book Bang Iceland, and which is also posted on his blog.

Roosh’s claim that he’s never followed a “girl” home is even more bizarre, because in Roosh’s version of the story he describes in detail how he followed this “girl” home.

In an excerpt from Bang Iceland posted on his blog, Roosh describes how he approached a drunken woman outside of a Reykjavik bar after her

friends had ditched her and left her all by her lonesome. She desperately looked for them, fiddling with her phone, but they were all gone. I couldn’t believe my luck.

“I guess I’ll walk you home,” I said. She didn’t say anything. Once she started walking I followed her.

Roosh doesn’t know the woman; by his account he had “barely exchanged three words with her” on a previous evening. Unsurprisingly, the woman makes clear she doesn’t want his “help.”

“Fuck you!” she said. “You don’t have to walk me home!”

But Roosh continues on anyway. As they make their way to her house, Roosh writes,

She kept telling me to leave and I kept saying it was my duty as a man to make sure she got home safe.

When they get to her house, Roosh insists he needs to use her bathroom; she says “yeah, whatever,” and lets him in.

Remember, this is Roosh’s account I’m relaying here, not “Susan’s.” I have no idea how Roosh squares his account of following a “girl” home with his current claim that he’s never followed a “girl” home. 

What’s makes this claim even more remarkable is that he has written numerous times before about following women.

In his book 30 Bangs, a collection of Roosh’s putatively true sex stories, he describes two instances in which he followed (or tried to follow) women into taxicabs. In one account he says that when the taxicab a woman called arrived, he “hopped in with her like a stray dog.” In another account, he describes how he tried to follow a different woman “into the cab without her permission, but she was too quick for me and escaped into the darkness.”

Following women isn’t just something that Roosh sometimes does; it’s actually one of the key “techniques” he teaches his readers. In Day Bang, in which Roosh lays out his strategies for meeting women in the daytime, Roosh urges men to “trail behind” attractive women they see walking down the street.

The best method for street approaching is to pick a street with medium traffic, hide behind a bush or utility pole, and then emerge from your spot to start following any cute girl that walks by until she hits a Don’t Walk signal.

While she’s waiting to cross the street, you see, she is a captive audience for whatever pickup like you want to try on her.

Roosh offers similar advice on his blog, telling his readers that “[w]hen a cute girl walks by, follow her until she hits a Don’t Walk signal. This may take a few blocks of stalking.”

In another post on his blog, Roosh declares that “[s]ometimes the best way to get into a girl’s place is to say nothing and just follow her in.”

And while we’re talking about Roosh’s standard operating procedures, Roosh regularly uses the excuse of having to use the bathroom as a way to get into a woman’s house or apartment. He describes this “bathroom weasel technique” in some detail in his book Bang, and uses it so often that it becomes something of a running joke in his later works.

In Roosh’s post responding to, and flatly denying, the accusations set forth in Gari’s post, he makes several other blanket denials that are similarly problematic. 

In an attempt to rebut “Susan’s” story, in which she claims Roosh raped her after determining that she was home alone, Roosh declares that he’s never had “sex in an Icelandic girl’s home while she was alone.”

But in Roosh’s version of “Susan’s” story, he simply assumed that her parents were in the house with her, sleeping — even though she was acting as if they weren’t.

She was talking loud, as if no one was home, but I did notice a shut door that I assumed was her parents’ bedroom.

The next morning, in Roosh’s account, he snuck out of the house shortly after waking up “in case her parents woke up early.” But at no point did he ever encounter the parents, and the woman he says he had consensual sex with never mentions them being in the house either.

In “Susan’s’ account of that night, as described by Gari, she says that shortly before raping her, he asked her to touch his penis. When she refused, Roosh grabbed her.

In his Return of Kings post, Roosh says he’s never asked “a woman to ‘touch my penis.'”

Perhaps, but in his book Bang, Roosh describes something he calls the “hand-on-crotch move, the most important bedroom move we have.” This “move” is as straightforward as it sounds. Roosh explains:

At this point you have been doing most of the touching, but what you want to do now is open the floodgates and give her permission to be the sexual being that she really is. When one of her hands is near your waist, gently grab it and place it right on your cock over your clothes.

This is evidently a move Roosh uses on a fairly regular basis. In Poosy Paradise, his latest collection of putatively true sex stories, he describes one encounter in which he made use of this not-so-subtle technique,

“I’m tired,” I said. “Let’s lay on the bed.” After a couple minutes I did the move. It’s the best move I have and I remember when and where I learned it 13 years before. I grabbed her hand and gently placed it on my penis, as if setting a teacup on its saucer.

Several pages later, Roosh recounts how he used the exact same technique on another woman, complete with the same phony complaint about feeling tired:

“I’m a little tired,” I said. “I want to lay down.” I lay on my bed and told her to join me. She did with her shoes hanging over the side. I kissed her and then unzipped the boots and took them off. She did not resist. Then I put her hand on my dick, and within five minutes that dick was inside her.

Elsewhere in the same book Roosh describes how he “tried to press my boner into [yet another woman’s] body but through our coats I don’t think she felt it.”

So it may well be technically true that Roosh has never asked a woman to touch his penis. By his own account, he prefers to place a women’s hand on his penis without asking first,

In “Susan’s” account, as told by Gari, she started crying after Roosh grabbed her, but her tears did not convince Roosh to back off.

In his Return of Kings post, Roosh claims that he’s never attempted “to make physical advances on a crying girl.”

Perhaps, but in 30 Bangs, Roosh describes how he has sex with a reluctant young woman who whimpered the whole time.

After dinner we went upstairs and I eased her onto my king-size bed. It took four hours of foreplay and at least thirty repetitions of “No, Roosh, no” until she allowed my penis to enter her vagina. No means no—until it means yes.

The sex was painful for her. I was only the second guy she’d ever had sex with. I didn’t think she was lying, because pumping her was like jamming my cock through a medieval keyhole. She whimpered like a wounded puppy dog the entire time, but I really wanted to have an orgasm, so I was “almost there” for about ten minutes. After sex she sobbed for a good while, talking about how she had sinned in the eyes of God, but in an hour she got horny again and we went at it once more.

According to Gari, “Susan” also claims that Roosh, shortly before raping her,

laughed and overpowered her with force, saying, “All girls like this. It’s every woman’s fantasy. You don’t even know what you’re saying. You’re drunk, but I like drunk girls.”

Roosh says he’s never told  “a girl that rape is ‘every woman’s fantasy.'”

I haven’t found an example of Roosh doing this in the writings of his I’ve searched through, though in one blog post he talks about his love of rape scenes in movies and declares that both men and women “have rape fantasies and that’s normal.”

As for using force to overcome female resistance, Roosh has admitted doing that in at least one instance. In Bang Ukraine, as I’ve noted before, Roosh describes how he used “some muscle” to hold a woman down after she told him she wanted to change positions during sex.

And I need not remind most of you of the many times that Roosh has described other sexual encounters that have led many people to describe his books as “rape guides.” (If you do need reminding, I have examined many of these instances in a post you can find here.)

So, far from being the literally incredible story that Roosh’s lawyer insists that it is, one so implausible that no one who “examined this story with any amount of rigor … could [possibly] believe it to be true,” “Sarah’s” story not only matches Roosh’s own version of events in many key details but it also describes Roosh using tricks that are consistent with his MO, as spelled out in his books and blog posts. What’s more, most of Roosh’s specific denials, as I’ve shown above, are contradicted by his own writings. 

In Roosh’s version of the story. he follows a woman he’s only spoken to very briefly home from a bar even though she tells him repeatedly not to; he uses the excuse of having to use her bathroom to get into her house, after which she thanks him for walking him home and then has consensual sex with him.

In “Susan’s” version of the story, as told by Gari, Roosh follows a woman he’s only spoken to very briefly home from a bar even though she tells him repeatedly not to; he uses the excuse of having to use her bathroom to get into her house. After learning that she’s there alone, he tries to get her to touch his penis; when she resists he grabs her and rapes her.

Again, I ask you which seems the most plausible.

There is one detail to “Susan’s” account, as Gari tells it, that seems to me to add to the plausibility of her account: As he follows her home, he tells her that she has “a beautiful but sad walk.”

This detail is not in Roosh’s version of events, and might seem a bit strange, But, as one of my readers pointed out to me, Roosh has actually been filmed using a variation of that line in an attempt to pick up a Romanian woman.

In 2013, you see, a Romanian news program did a brief feature on Roosh, and Roosh posted two versions of the story that aired on Romanian TV. Neither is translated, but in both versions Roosh can be seen telling a young Romanian woman, in English, that “I couldn’t help but notice the way you are walking. It is very sad walk.”

You can watch the clip here; it should start right at the point Roosh approaches the woman.

You can find a slightly different version of the TV segment here.

I don’t know if “Susan’s” story is true, but Roosh’s defense, so far, is not exactly enhancing his own credibility.

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Imaginary Petal (formerly dhag85, trying out pronouns - they/their)
Imaginary Petal (formerly dhag85, trying out pronouns - they/their)
4 years ago

Roosh: Nobody has accused me of rape. Therefore I’m clearly not a rapist.

Woman: Um, you raped me.

Roosh: I’LL SUE YOU!!!

bluecat
bluecat
4 years ago

Has Roosh’s lawyer Randazza familiarised himself with his client’s, um, oeuvre? Because none of it makes anything Susan is reporting seem improbable.

Castaigne
Castaigne
4 years ago

Randazza?
I can only guess he sees a paycheck in the offing, but damn, that’s really an odd client for him to take.

weirwoodtreehugger
4 years ago

But David, Roosh only rapes women satirically. So it totally doesn’t count!

GiJoel
GiJoel
4 years ago

I’m glad you wrote this Dave. Hopefully it’ll make Gari’s defense a lot easier.

Falconer
Falconer
4 years ago

What was it Newt Gingrich said? “Anybody who quotes me is lying?”

Dark Statistic
Dark Statistic
4 years ago

Castaigne, I thought the same thing.

Does anyone lawerly know if disclaimers like the one Gari put amount to much? Just wondering. To my untrained understanding, I would think that disclaimer would help protect her from this sort of thing.

Antisocial Max
Antisocial Max
4 years ago

@Dark Statistic.

Yes and no. You can sue or be sued for anything. Waivers and disclaimers don’t protect you from that.

They do make it more difficult for the person suing you to win, but you would still need a lawyer and go through all the expense to defend yourself.

That is provided they actually go through with the lawsuit. In Roosh’s case, he’s just blowing smoke. I doubt he can afford to file the lawsuit

Liana
4 years ago

Actually there are very many instances in which Roosh recommends rape to his RooshVForum members.

Also he uses the “rape fantasy” technique quite often, according to him:

http://imgur.com/a/Pwxcz

Roosh also admits “I learned that rape is okay long time ago”

There are several archives circulating with Roosh’s recommendations to rape:

http://i.imgur.com/4Fb884Q.jpg

http://imgur.com/a/yIHoq

Liana
4 years ago

Everyone must archive older posts of Roosh, because Roosh is constantly editing and deleting old posts

For example “6 qualities of a good rape” RooshV edited it and added
only recently some nice BS. Before the blog post was much more disturbing and sick

Roosh is very scared now because more of his rape victims may come forward,
even Daily Mail caught him deleting and editing old posts:

http://i.imgur.com/emUazmc.jpg

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3439840/Return-Kings-founder-Daryush-Roosh-Valizadeh-admits-considered-rape-deleted-post.html

Patricia Kayden
Patricia Kayden
4 years ago

He may get more than he wants if he sues. It may turn into a Bill Cosby situation where more women feel empowered to step forward.

Sabina Tom
4 years ago

Roosh admitted himself and described himself in his rape manuals to even more sick rapes, and he gives them as examples
on how to rape, without legal consequences.

For everyone in the civilised world, ignoring multiple girls that is saying “No, Roosh, no” for hours,
is done only by a monstruous serial rapist.

David you are being much too kind and generous to Roosh.

Roosh explains himself that he raped 2 girls that were begging “No! No!” and resisting penetration:

http://i.imgur.com/emUazmc.jpg

Also guess which is number 1 result in Google?:

http://i.imgur.com/aG8cMn6.jpg

kupo
kupo
4 years ago

Thanks for posting this.

Miss Andry
4 years ago

I understand that lawyers must zealously advocate for their clients and all, but at a certain point it just becomes pitiful.

VLF
VLF
4 years ago

Roosh is very predictable. If he wins the trial (which is very unlikely considering that the writer of the blog has stated in all the article that the facts are “alleged”) he’ll claim victory. If he looses, he’ll make an article about how the evil feminist have perverted and taken control of the justice (imagine if the judge is a woman !).

I guess free speech™ only applies to him.

Though, I don’t understand this guy: he could have claimed that girl wanted sex and changed her mind after. Very sadly, it could work in a trial. But to say he has never done something whereas he has written on his book, it’s advanced stupid.

And in the meantime, Roosh’s fans are afraid that their guru can’t leave the US if he’s listed as a sex offender on ROK .

kupo
kupo
4 years ago

And in the meantime, Roosh’s fans are afraid that their guru can’t leave the US if he’s listed as a sex offender on ROK .

To be fair, that frightens me as well.

Roosh describes raping two girls and then deletes the admission

Roosh admitted himself and described himself in his rape manuals to even more sick rapes, and he gives them as examples
on how to rape, without legal consequences.

For everyone in the civilised world, ignoring multiple girls that is saying “No, Roosh, no” for hours,
is done only by a monstruous serial rapist.

David you are being much too kind and generous to Roosh.

Roosh explains himself that he raped 2 girls that were begging “No! No!” and resisting penetration:

check above click on the link

Pandapool -- The Species that Endangers YOU (aka Jackie; currently using they/their, he/his, she/her pronouns)
Pandapool -- The Species that Endangers YOU (aka Jackie; currently using they/their, he/his, she/her pronouns)
4 years ago

Please let this lead to prison time, please let this lead to prison time, please let this lead to prison time, please.

Kate Minter
Kate Minter
4 years ago

There are several people (men and women) who could bring defamation suits against Roosh. Now that he has publicly declared who his lawyer is, the thing actually becomes possible. A lawyer could advise whether multiple individual suits or a class action suit would be the best response.

rjp
rjp
4 years ago

If this goes to trial and the story turns out to be false, I hope Roosh gets the William Shockley treatment.

Shockley was a eugenics proponent who believed that people with below average IQs should be paid to undergo voluntary sterlization. A newspaper called him a Nazi, and he sued them for defamation.

A jury determined that, as Shockley had never been a member of the NSDAP, the statement was technically false. They then awarded him $1 in damages.

According to a science writer at the time: “Essentially, the jury agreed that Witherspoon’s column met the standards of defamation, but that by then, Shockley’s reputation wasn’t worth very much.”

I feel like Roosh is in a similar position: even if this accusation turns out to be false, is calling him a rapist really damaging his reputation at this point?

(As an aside, Shockley was also one of the co-inventors of the transistor. He attempted to build a company around it, hiring the best and brightest electrical engineers – several of whom promptly left when Shockley turned out to be a nightmare to work for. These ex-employees later wound up founding such companies as Intel and AMD. Despite being one of the key innovators in early computing technology, Shockley considered his eugenics work to be his most significant accomplishment. He’s a fascinating look at incredible talent squandered by being a tremendous asshole.)

Victorious Parasol
Victorious Parasol
4 years ago

I keep thinking I can’t consider Roosh any more pathetic or creepy, and then I read his version of yet another “mighty conquest.”

VLF
VLF
4 years ago

I don’t really know what are the agreements between EU and USA if the icelandic police opens an investigation against an american citizen about rape… Does someone know how the US police reacts to that ?

Anyway, it could prevent Roosh to go to the Shengen Area. If Iceland denies entry for him or want him to go to the police station, all the others shengen’s countries must also deny entry or force him to go to the icelandic police.

Mrs. B
Mrs. B
4 years ago

Please let this lead to prison time, please let this lead to prison time, please let this lead to prison time, please.

Word.

Liana
4 years ago

I have much much more screenshots and proofs that Roosh is instructing all his readers to rape, and Roosh boasts about succesfully teaching “rape with no legal consequences”

However my comments here get moderated, so I do not know what is the best way to get this proofs to the public.

Let me know David, thank you very much for this article

adam
adam
4 years ago

@VLF the “She actually wanted sex” line of thought might be effective in court (as it often unfortunately is) if SHE was prosecuting HIM for rape, but she ain’t as far as I know. If HE’S suing HER for defamation, he’s got to prove that what she says is knowingly false. And she’s got a mountain of evidence to the contrary.

Monzach
Monzach
4 years ago

I can’t imagine this ending in anything but disaster for Roosh. Although I’m sure that no matter what happens, Roosh and his fanboys will find a way to spin it into something approaching victory.

Ohlmann
Ohlmann
4 years ago

Please get Roosh the punishment adapted to his crime.

I never dwelt in details in his “technics”. They are both pitiful and frightening.

Imaginary Petal (formerly dhag85, trying out pronouns - they/their)
Imaginary Petal (formerly dhag85, trying out pronouns - they/their)
4 years ago
Jamesworkshop
Jamesworkshop
4 years ago

You are either a rapist or everything in your books is a lie.

Either way, it’s gonna look bad.

TakeDownRoosh
TakeDownRoosh
4 years ago

Everything in Roosh’s rape manuals is true.

He describes exactly the names of the bars where the women get the most drunk.

He describes exactly the places in each city where picking up girls is the easiest.

He teaches his followers exactly how to committ rape without facing any legal consequences.

Moocow
4 years ago

Something about Roosh trailing behind his victim under the guise of ‘protecting’ them is horrifying and nauseating.

Ok, pretty much everything about his accounts in ‘Bang’ books are horrifying and nauseating.

Literally his advice is “hide behind poles and stalk your victims” or “walk into their house uninvited”?

Didn’t Roosh say that he didn’t believe rape statistics because there can’t possibly be that many ‘strangers running out from bushes to rape women’? Does he not realize that he is that stranger who runs out of the bushes to rape women? (Rhetorical, of course he does, he deserves to be behind bars)

Paradoxical Intention - Resident Cheeseburger Slut

David, laying it down, as per the usual.
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Excellent. Hopefully, this post also gains traction and gets attention. More people need to see this.

Paradoxical Intention - Resident Cheeseburger Slut

Jamesworkshop | February 19, 2016 at 3:31 pm
You are either a rapist or everything in your books is a lie.

Either way, it’s gonna look bad.

Except one way he’ll still have his paying customers defending him because his shit “works” (because they count rape as a notch in their metaphorical bedposts), or they’ll all realize he’s full of shit and lied to them, and maybe some of them will sue him for their money back.

(I tried to edit this into my earlier post, but WordPress ate it. WTF, do we have an edit mammoth now that just noms our edits?)

Snowberry
Snowberry
4 years ago

Assuming there’s any truth to it, wanna bet that the unopened door was a storage room or closet?

Ashara Payne
Ashara Payne
4 years ago

Is anyone making copies/screenshots of all his admissions before he takes them down? Or something? It’s great evidence.

Michael Hunn
Michael Hunn
4 years ago

Actually there are very many instances in which Roosh recommends rape to his RooshVForum members.

Also he uses the “rape fantasy” technique quite often, according to him:

http://imgur.com/a/Pwxcz

Roosh also admits “I learned that rape is okay long time ago”

There are several archives circulating with Roosh’s recommendations to rape:

http://i.imgur.com/4Fb884Q.jpg

History Nerd
History Nerd
4 years ago

Roosh would be classified as a “public figure” in the United States for a few reasons: (1) he’s a somewhat popular author, (2) he runs a well known Web site (something more than a personal blog), (3) he has intentionally drawn media attention to himself (especially with the “legalize rape on private property” stuff). In a libel suit, that means his lawyer has to prove that Gari knew that “Susan’s” story was likely false but reported it anyway, not just that she carelessly reported it. It would need to be on the level that “Susan” doesn’t exist or couldn’t possibly have talked to Gari (which Roosh would have to prove in a libel case).

Note: None of what I say is legal advice and I’m not a lawyer. Even if lawyers post in the comments agreeing with me, what I say is still not legal advice because they aren’t your lawyers.

Ashara Payne
Ashara Payne
4 years ago
kupo
kupo
4 years ago

@Ashara
Holy crap. I’m sure that’s just satire, though, right Rooshy?

wordsp1nner
wordsp1nner
4 years ago

The boggling this about this is that he’s basically screwed himself, since his published books contain an account that is just a supposedly “consensual” version of the rape allegation. I mean, I thought for sure he would argue that someone just took one of his accounts and used it as the basis for a rape case.

The more-convincing argument could have been that someone has taken things he’s publicly written about and used it to make up a rape allegation. I wouldn’t believe it, but it is at least plausible.

But no. He’s lying about things he has written (a giant dumb-fuck move). That will not play well in a court of law anywhere, because now he’s a proven liar and nothing he says can be trusted.

Bina
4 years ago

She kept telling me to leave and I kept saying it was my duty as a man to make sure she got home safe.

“…so I could rape her later on, on private property, which I incidentally believe should be legal.”

Finished that for you, Roosh.

Also, that picture at the top is distracting. It looks like Roosh was trying to fake being on some athletic team, no doubt to score chicks (who could not have been less interested, if his writings on Ukraine are to be believed). Who’s the liar, again?

Joel
Joel
4 years ago

This post makes me want to post a Cyanide and Happiness sketch but that might be too dark for here.

So…..
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Man that post was sinister tho, I mean what went wrong in that guy’s mind, in the unlikely even he did not rape her, he has the heart of a rapist

Bina
4 years ago

And in the meantime, Roosh’s fans are afraid that their guru can’t leave the US if he’s listed as a sex offender on ROK .

To be fair, that frightens me as well.

Me too, if only because it makes him that much harder to ship off to a desert island inhabited only by venomous creatures.

brian
brian
4 years ago

when you’re describing YOUR OWN ACTIONS as “stalking” how do you not realize you’re a monster?
. . .
I guess maybe by not seeing women as anything more than animals to be hunted, probably . . .

Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
4 years ago

Roosh, I know that “You can’t directly quote me! That’s lying/libel!” and “RELEASE THE FLYING LAWYERS” are the standard manospherian responses to, well, everything, but you’re not supposed to actually believe any of it, because down that path lies ruin. Even the Honey Badgers were just faking it for a scam. To borrow the parlance of the Internet: N00b.

Tony! The Queer Shoop
4 years ago

I had to re-familiarize myself with libel:

libel
1) n. to publish in print (including pictures), writing or broadcast through radio, television or film, an untruth about another which will do harm to that person or his/her reputation, by tending to bring the target into ridicule, hatred, scorn or contempt of others. Libel is the written or broadcast form of defamation, distinguished from slander, which is oral defamation. It is a tort (civil wrong) making the person or entity (like a newspaper, magazine or political organization) open to a lawsuit for damages by the person who can prove the statement about him/her was a lie. Publication need only be to one person, but it must be a statement which claims to be fact and is not clearly identified as an opinion. While it is sometimes said that the person making the libelous statement must have been intentional and malicious, actually it need only be obvious that the statement would do harm and is untrue.

dictionary.law.com

(bolding mine)
I’m amused at the thought that Roosh and his lawyer actually think Gari’s blog post would somehow damage Roosh’s reputation. He is already greatly ridiculed by people around the world. The contempt people have for him runs deeeeeeeeeep. The hate and scorn freely flow. Even *if* this were somehow a case of libel, it’s not going to harm his reputation bc he’s a shitty human being to begin with and a fuckton of people believe that already.

bluecat
bluecat
4 years ago

Horrible stuff by Roosh to read or think about, but it’d be immensely cheering if there’s a comeuppance speeding towards him in the shape of the law.

Bina
4 years ago

At this point you have been doing most of the touching, but what you want to do now is open the floodgates and give her permission to be the sexual being that she really is. When one of her hands is near your waist, gently grab it and place it right on your cock over your clothes.

This is so full of wrong. First off, women don’t need your “permission” to be sexual, Roosh. And secondly, you’re not “giving permission” by doing that, you’re demanding that she touch you when she probably wants nothing more than to shove you the fuck out the door.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
4 years ago

Without wishing to suggest Roosh has a lot in common with Oscar Wilde there’s an interesting parallel here. Wilde initiated a libel suit which of course, not only did he lose, but the evidence adduced on that trial was used in a subsequent trial to convict him of sex offences.

Ashara Payne
Ashara Payne
4 years ago

Take a look at this ridiculous video he posted on YouTube:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Mn2iJMRCwEw

Cartoon bears re-enacting his bewilderment as to why women reject him in bars but then fail to move away.

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