Sex Lives of College Girls: Kimberly’s Cheating Scandal Part 1

Posted by Joseph D. Lento | Feb 21, 2022 | 0 Comments

Throughout Sex Lives of College Girls, we've gotten to know the unique characteristics of each of the main characters. Kimberly is the quirky, sheltered, roommate from a small town, and she really has her college awakening this season. Kimberly is an example of what happens when a small ball of snow runs down a hill. It picks up snow, getting bigger and bigger until it bowls over anyone in its path.

Pre-Sexual Awakening Kimberly

At the beginning of the season, Kimberly has a long-distance boyfriend and has had no sexual experience whatsoever. When her boyfriend comes to visit and the two ultimately break up, Kimberly dives into enjoying college, which includes putting parties before schoolwork. She begins struggling to keep up pretty soon after.

The divide between Kimberly and her wealthy classmates is made all the more apparent when she arrives to her first French class. Despite having taken years of French in her public school back home, her depth of understanding is no match for the classmates who've spent years studying French in France. Even the instructor tells her she should drop the class. In some stroke of pride, she refuses to do so and instead gets Leighton's older brother Nico to tutor her in French.

Post-Sexual Awakening Kimberly

Kimberly's affair with Nico is intense and gets in the way of her schoolwork. She misses school and bails on her work-study at the coffee shop to meet up with him. Pretty soon, she's failing her economics class and barely holding on in the other classes, consistently forgetting to turn in assignments before the deadline. She meets with the economics professor and asks for extra credit, to which he agrees to give her.

Unfortunately, he asks her to wait for him as he has to get to a meeting. She takes this opportunity to invite Nico to his office for a little rendezvous, and they are caught, and with that, her chance for extra credit is gone. She is going to fail unless she scores well on the economics exam. And this is when innocent, “good-girl” Kimberly decides cheating is her only option.

The fraternity that Nico belongs to has filing cabinets full of old exams and informs her that her economics professor never changes the questions. She takes the exam and puts it in a sanitary trashcan in the women's bathroom. During the exam, she periodically gets up, faking a UTI, to check the exam. Towards the end of the test, she goes back to the bathroom and realizes the exam is gone. When she exits, the economics professor and an administrator are waiting for her, holding the exam.

How an Attorney-Advisor Can Help

Kimberly is accused of cheating on her economics exam and must now defend herself in a disciplinary action. If you find yourself going through something similar, an attorney advisor can help you defend yourself, guaranteeing you the best possible outcome for your case. Attorney Joseph D. Lento has dedicated years of his career to helping college students across the country. Call 888-535-3686 today to schedule a consultation.

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