Study: 20 percent of U-M female undergrads involved in non-consensual sexual behavior

 A new study says more than 20-percent of female undergraduates at the school have involved in some sort of non-consensual sexual behavior in the past year.

About 12-percent of them say they were raped, but only five percent reported the rapes. 

The main reason -- they didn't want to get their attacker in trouble and because the women felt party to blame. 

The university surveyed about 3,000 students.

The university is adding staff to speed up investigations and will provide more counseling and educate co-eds about assault prevention programs

Taryn Asher will have more on this story at 10 p.m.

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