I trust that she was a victim and not the other way around
[If a friend told me she had experienced sexual assault], I would usually go for mental support. As a friend, that's the best I can do. At first, I would tell her that I am in complete support of her. I know it's my friend, so I trust that she was a victim and it's not the other way around. She's not a troll or something. Then, I would help her approaching the sexual assault counselling at SMU. [When I was in this situation before, they] gave her [unclear], like, counselling stuff, and booklets, and how to contact them. They asked her if she wants to file a case. And that was the interesting part: they didn't help her decide whether she should file the case, they just give her the options and let her decide.