By Justin Worland
December 5, 2014

Twitter users showed their support for a University of Virginia student known as Jackie whose detailed account of being raped was published in Rolling Stone last month, hours after the magazine said it had reason to doubt her story.

Using the hashtag #IStandWithJackie, Twitter users said questioning Jackie’s claim of rape might discourage others from coming forward.

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In a note to readers Friday, Rolling Stone managing editor Will Dana said it was difficult to square certain facts with the account provided by Jackie. He later clarified that he did not blame Jackie, but instead wishes the magazine had done a better job trying corroborate her story.

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Write to Justin Worland at justin.worland@time.com.

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