I'm not going to insert 12 pictures of my head exploding. This one is a violation of privacy rights.
"...In a first of its kind ruling in Oregon, a Deschutes County judge has ordered that a young woman's Google searches must be turned over to the man accused of beating and raping her.
The Oregon Supreme Court this week refused to rule on the constitutionality of the order, saying the alleged victim waited too long to appeal Circuit Judge A. Michael Adler's decision.
And so Adler's order stands -- though the district attorney says he can't comply with it.
She stood at the entrance to her bathroom for 15 minutes, fighting the urge to scrub her body clean.
"I had a decision to make: 'Do I take a shower?'" Bennett recalled. "I stared at my shower. And I decided not to do it."
Last week, 19 months after she called police, she sat in court and watched her Bend attacker sentenced to 25 years in prison.
Bennett's case stands out for the intense scrutiny -- fueled by advances in social media-- of her personal life.