The dude shot his shot... Disgustingly, like a sleaze and using his position of influence as some sort of entitlement to gain sexual favors. Unfortunately, something very common and typical of most men (and even women) in a position of power. As they say, power corrupts... I tend to believe it just brings out the worst in people. I would say to women though if you ever find yourself being in a position where you feel uncomfortable, its best to say you are uncomfortable and leave and apologize for getting it all wrong if at a later time or date you end up finding out you were wrong to suspect the guy than to stay and hope you are wrong and give him the benefit of the doubt. An honest and decent man would understand and even apologize for making you in any way feel uncomfortable. Oh, I also agree that hearing both sides of the story is only fair. Wanting to do so doesn't mean the victim isn't being believed. Because there are also people that actually can lie about stuff like this for whatever reason. Not saying that anyone is lying here though, just saying that its ok (and even necessary) to hear both sides of the story before any judgment is passed.