> Giving anything apart from very ambiguous advice and remarks at this point
I don't think that's a reasonable expectation considering the nature of discussion on an pseudo-anonymous public message board.
> rather than the sparse information we have about the actual case.
It's up to the person to chose what details they want to express.
Considering we only hear one side of the issue, if anyone doesn't sympathize with >>1, that's the fault of >>1 either not communicating well enough to validate an empathetic response or just genuinely not deserving it.
We haven't heard, and will never hear, from the 'boyfriend'.
> strong personal bias,
I think that's a given in this emotional charged topic, between men and women who fear/have been raped and men who fear/have been unjustly accused of rape. (And maybe an actual rapist in there somewhere, who knows)