NFL Honors Wisconsin Social Justice 'Victim' Weeks After Police Find No Evidence of Crime

NFL Honors Wisconsin Social Justice 'Victim' Weeks After Police Find No Evidence of Crime


The NFL honored a Wisconsin woman who claimed to be the victim of a hate crime on its Instagram page, more than a week after local and federal authorities found no evidence to support her claims of being attacked.

In June, 18-year old Wisconsin resident Althea Bernstein claimed that she was attacked by four “classic Wisconsin frat boys” at 1 a.m. near the Wisconsin State capital in Madison. She claimed these four white men called her racist names, then threw lighter fluid on her as she sat in her car and set her on fire.

Bernstein did appearances on Good Morning America, and received personal messages from former royal Meghan Markle.

But after weeks of investigating these allegations, local and federal officers could not find any proof to substantiate Bernstein’s accusations — including a failure to find these “four white frat boys” on any of the extensive CTV coverage of

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