The Associated Press – Folsom, Calif.
(AP) — A woman accused of raping a fellow Stanford student has settled with the school and a former co-worker, officials said Thursday.
Amber Coffman, 24, of Folsome, Calif., had been charged with one count of rape and one count each of attempted rape, kidnapping and false imprisonment.
She is expected to be sentenced in September.
In court filings, prosecutors said Coffman “was the victim of repeated and violent sexual assault by two men in the same dorm room.”
She had been a Stanford graduate student at the time of the alleged rape and had a job at the school.
Her attorney said Coffmans “had been a victim of a crime, but that it did not happen by her consent.”
The settlement came after Coffman’s former co, Christopher Cavalli, said in a statement that he “never made a sexual advance toward Ms. Coffman” and had never met her.