Before the Me Too movement, Chanel Miller was fighting her own incredible battle. She went to a party at a prestigious university, thinking it would be safe and expecting to have a good time. Late in the evening a student, well-known because he also happened to be a champion athlete, sexually assaulted and then discarded her behind a dumpster. To add to the insult, the attacker was barely punished for his crime. Chanel, although devastated, vowed to fight back, with a strength she didn’t know she had. But as Karl Stefanovic, on assignment for 60 MINUTES, reports, Chanel Miller not only had to take on her attacker – she also had to battle a broken system which, far from supporting her, tried to make her disappear.