Let us not forget, as the woman in the Duke rape case gets completely skewered and those boys are sitting there, wide-eyed and arrogant and with their thousand-dollar-an-hour lawyers in tow, that one woman was so scared that she ran from the house. That on her way out, witnesses heard one of the men yelling after her, "you can thank your grandpa for my nice cotton shirt." That when questioned about previous offenses, one parent's argument for their child's complete innocence was "I mean, he doesn't look guilty." Of course he doesn't. He's a rich kid armed with a thousand-dollar-an-hour lawyer.
Perhaps she was so humiliated that she lost it and overreacted--by all accounts, she was intimidated and powerless in that situation. And that situation, before you start blaming her for her occupation, amounts to being lured by easy money--a choice made by many a white-collar criminal with just better connections and more options. Or perhaps she really is crazy. Or perhaps there's some part of the case to which we are not privy.
Only those involved will know. But whatever happened, I hope all parties remember that karma is a bitch, and that it always catches up to you in the end.