The four students who were falsely accused of the gang rape of a woman at a college summer ball have been told they can seek costs of £221,000.
Judge Jamie Tabor QC gave Thady Duff, Leo Mahon and Patrick Foster, all 22, and James Martin, 20, the go-ahead for part of their legal costs to be paid by the prosecution.
He also blasted Detective Constable Ben Lewis for getting too close to the woman who made the claims, and accused police of “cherry-picking” evidence to help her case.
The students, who study at the elite Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester, saw the case against them dropped last month.
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