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Warwick Fhat rape chat scandal media captionThe student says she feels her experience has been for nothing. A student threatened with rape by men in an online chat has told the BBC her university's investigation into the messages made her feel like she was "on trial". Five male students were banned from the University of Warwick last year, after details of the chat emerged.

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At one point, a user wrote: "Rape her in the street while everybody watches," with another responding it "wouldn't even be unfair".

Two were banned for 10 years, two were excluded for one year, and one was given a lifetime campus ban. She said privacy issues meant they were unable to comment on specific details.

The university said it "stands by the investigation process", but it planned to review its disciplinary procedures. A statement from the university, accompanying an open letter by vice-chancellor Professor Stuart Croft, said the university "will ensure sexual Ladies looking nsa Reagan Tennessee 38368 is considered specifically as part of our review of disciplinary processes".

Jennifer - not her real name - spoke out after the BBC reported on Thursday that two of the students, initially banned for 10 years, had had their punishments reduced after an appeal.

They could return to classes this year. My disgust at Uni rape chat decision' Jennifer said this left her gigls and that all of her "traumatic experiences" had been "for nothing". It was as if we were on trial.

Two students were originally banned for 10 years over that group chat - but their ban has been reduced after they appealed and they will now be allowed to return later this year. Warwick University has called their actions abhorrent and unacceptable, but Megan's told Radio 1 Newsbeat she feels too anxious to be at the uni this week. The year-old says those in charge at the university haven't done enough to protect her or other women there.

View original tweet on Twitter "For the past 10 months with the investigation ongoing I've been incredibly anxious and upset. I've really suffered with my mental health," she says.