Jackie, as she is known, is being forced to cooperate in the lawsuit.

Blake Neff reports at the Daily Caller.

UVA’s Jackie Will Be Forced To Turn Over All Her Chats With Rolling Stone

Jackie Coakley, the UVA student at the center of Rolling Stone’s bogus gang rape story from 2014, is going to be forced to turn over her email and phone records as part of an ongoing lawsuit.

Rolling Stone’s article “A Rape on Campus” concerned the spectacular tale of “Jackie,” a UVA student who was supposedly attacked and gang-raped as part of an initiation ritual at Phi Kappa Psi fraternity, and then had her quest for justice blocked by indifferent and skeptical administrators. But after several weeks of intense outrage on UVA’s campus, follow-up research revealed that Coakley had basically fabricated the story, possibly as part of a bizarre catfishing scheme intended to win romantic attention from a male student.

Now, Rolling Stone is being sued by Nicole Eramo, a UVA associate dean who says Rolling Stone defamed her by casting her as one of the story’s chief villains. Eramo is seeking $7.5 million in damages. As part of the lawsuit, Eramo’s lawyers have sought to make Coakley turn over her personal communications, alleging that Coakley is a “serial liar” whom Rolling Stone should not have trusted.