Making It Rain On Them Hoes: Wanetta Gibson Ordered To Repay $2.6 Million In Damages After Falsely Accusing Brian Banks Of Sex Assault!

- By Bossip Staff

Pay up beyotch!

Brian Banks has been dragged through Hell by this lil’ lyin’ azz ho…

Wanetta Gibson Forced To Pay $2.6 Million In Damages For Brian Banks False Sex Assault Accusation

Via Yahoo!

Per multiple reports, Wanetta Gibson, the woman who falsely accused linebacker Brian Banks of rape when they were both students at Long Beach Polytechnic High School, has been ordered to repay $2.6 million in damages related to the $1.5 million she received from the Long Beach School District in a 2007 lawsuit, claiming an unsafe environment. Gibson was sued for the money she received, as well as court costs and a possible $1 million in punitive damages. Gibson was not present at the ruling and her whereabouts are unknown, per the Long Beach Press-Telegram, but the court gained authorization to recoup the money through her future wages and property.

It’s important to note that Banks receives none of this money. He served five years in prison and another five years on probation as a result of the original verdict, and was only released in 2012 when Banks taped her admitting that the accusation was false.

“The court recognizes that our school district was a victim in this case,” school Superintendent Christopher J. Steinhauser told the Press-Telegram. “This judgment demonstrates that when people attempt to defraud our school system, they will feel the full force of the law.”

It is also possible that Gibson could face fraud charges, depending upon the court’s opinion as to whether her 2012 recanting constitutes an admission of fraud. If the original accusation is the basis for such a charge, the three-year statute of limitations for fraud charges to be brought would void any such action.

Karma has finally come back for that a$$! We couldn’t be happier, hopefully something worse happens to Wanetta in the future.

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