By Anonymous - 15/11/2016 13:47

Today, my college dormitory accused me of something I didn't do, breaking a law that I never heard of, charged me $200 to fix "what I did wrong", and is forcing me to go to counciling at the school. Not only was I not on campus when it happened, but I was the one who reported the problem. FML
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If you were the one that reported this 'incident' shouldn't they have record it was you that called? And if you weren't on campus can someone vouch for you to prove you did nothing wrong? I think there are lots of ways to get out of the ticket.. It's super annoying that you have to go through that though :( I'm sorry OP, no fun. Good luck though!!(:

Well, that's the last time I get creative with peanut butter in the dorms. Thanks for taking to blame, Bro.

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Well, that's the last time I get creative with peanut butter in the dorms. Thanks for taking to blame, Bro.

Think of all the stuff you gotten away with prior too- I'd point out...1. I wasn't on campus...2. I reported it.. I'll take my refund now... As for counseling if you pay me to go, fine, if not your not wasting my time..

If you were the one that reported this 'incident' shouldn't they have record it was you that called? And if you weren't on campus can someone vouch for you to prove you did nothing wrong? I think there are lots of ways to get out of the ticket.. It's super annoying that you have to go through that though :( I'm sorry OP, no fun. Good luck though!!(:

Just to add to this, how did OP not know it was a rule if they were the one reporting it? Like, you had to know there would be ramifications for the party involved, right?

If by "law" OP means school rule or wtv...Maybe it was something that was disturbing them and they wanted fix (like someone dropped something gross in the hall, lamp had been accidently ripped off a wall, bag with gross/suspicious contents ...) but didn't think the school would make such a big deal out of it?

So what actually happened?

that's what I want to know..

please follow up OP there has got to be more to this story, what happened and can anyone vouch for you not being there when it did?

Make an appeal through your residence halls judicial system.

So what was the problem?

how did you report something when a law was broken that you never heard of?

Their reasoning is along the lines of "he who smelt it dealt it."