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Mila was in the prime of her Master of Fine Arts program at the University of Southern California in November 2014 when she says an adjunct professor sexually assaulted her. The assault resulted in an unwanted pregnancy, which she terminated. “My assailant harassed me while I faced that abortion,” she said. Six weeks later, Mila did exactly what victims are told to do: policy described feelingsome lawmakers Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images Mila says she lost $43,960 because of a sexual assault when she was a student at the University of Southern California. “The trauma I experienced due to this assault took away two years of my life,” she said. And she’s one of many survivors taking on both the legal system and …