What to Know about a Viral News Story That Has Now Gone Viral Again article A viral news piece about a New York City newspaper that has gone viral for its bizarre reporting of a rape victim’s story that was originally reported by the local paper has now been republished.
The viral story about a woman who claims she was raped by a mob of men and then forced to watch a porn film was initially published in the New York Post on Jan. 9 and was widely circulated in the wake of the New Year’s Eve shooting in Las Vegas.
The article was first republished in the Village Voice newspaper on Jan 9, the same day that a man fatally shot and killed 58-year-old Stephen Paddock in his hotel room.
The piece included graphic details about the alleged victim’s alleged rape by five men, including details of her alleged bruises.
It was eventually deleted from the paper.
In the wake, a slew of people came forward to accuse the paper of not reporting the incident.
In some cases, the allegations were proven false and the paper itself was accused of covering up the incident, including the newspaper’s decision to cover up the story.
Some news organizations have since removed the story from their websites and websites have changed their titles to remove the story as a result.
However, the viral piece was not the only story that circulated about the rape victim that was later debunked.
It also appeared on the Huffington Post, which reported that the woman had filed a civil suit against the paper for libel and for making her live in fear of her life.
The Huffington Post published a statement on Jan 12 saying the article was published because “a former colleague has contacted us after she heard about it and shared it with her.”
Huffington Post said it did not provide the accuser with a copy of the lawsuit, but that the newspaper had removed the article from its website.