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For years, Chanel Miller was known to the world simply as "Emily Doe," the name used in a court case to protect her identity. She was sexually assaulted in by a Stanford University athlete named Brock Turner, who was found guilty of three felonies, including assault with intent to rape. Before his sentencing, Emily Doe stood in the courtroom and delivered a powerful victim impact statement detailing the emotional trauma the assault and the legal process had put her through. It instantly went viral, becoming a kind of manifesto for assault survivors all over the world. Chanel Miller reclaimed her identity as the author of that statement and shared her story for the first time with 60 Minutes last September.

Stanford sexual assault: Chanel Miller reveals her identity

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I t has been just over three weeks since Chanel Miller allowed her name to become public and the year-old is still trying to adjust. For a while, it seemed as if everyone she had ever known was going to email. We were in bio-chem class together, how are you doing?!
For years, Emily Doe suffered behind the scenes after she was sexually assaulted, shielded from public view by laws that kept her anonymous. By contrast, the trial for her attacker, Brock Turner, garnered national headlines for the leniency a judge showed to the former Stanford athlete and the protests the decision sparked. When the trial was over, the anguish and humiliation she felt from the attack and the public display of her body during the court case only deepened. Now, Emily Doe, whose real name is Chanel Miller, has come forward, sharing her name and her story and revisiting the trauma that followed the attack. In Miller's memoir "Know My Name," released on Tuesday, she reveals her journey as she coped with the assault, waded through the court system and began to heal.