Well, the end of the credibility of the #MeToo movement. Why should we believe anything they say, when they lied about Junot Diaz?
Diaz was accused of all manner of vaguely inappropriate behavior, including forcibly kissing someone, raising his voice during a conversation and telling someone they were too light skinted to be a legit latina.
It looked like he might be reduced to working on a construction crew that gathers daily in the parking lot of a Home Depot, but then both MIT and the Boston Review conducted investigations, and come to find out the allegations were some ol' bullshit.
They contacted the girl who said Diaz kissed her, Zinzi Clemmons, the same nutty tragic mulatto who, a while back, led a one-woman boycott of Lena Dunham's obscure content farm. She wouldn't say whether or not Diaz kissed her on the lips. Diaz says he didn't kiss her at all. There's audio of the conversation in which he supposedly raised his voice, and guess what? He didn't raise his voice! They were lying. MIT went through years of student evaluations and couldn't find so much as a complaint.
Not only did Diaz's accusers not have proof that he did anything wrong, but he had proof that they were lying. If MIT and Boston Review had kicked him to the curb, as they were demanding, he probably could have sued them into Bolivian. Hopefully this serves as a lesson for both spreaders and victims of false accusations.