Thank you for your question. I'm sorry to hear about this situation. It certainly is not completely fair for you to take the blame for this situation when it is obvious that someone else used your computer for this purpose.
I assume from your question that it is against company policy for you to access this type of website on the company computers (which is true for almost every business). Luckily, you should be able to determine when the improper website was accessed to show that it was accessed after you left work by someone else.
The easiest way to do this would be to go through the history log on your web browser. The history log should show the date, and usually shows the time on which the adult website was accessed.
After establishing the time the website was accessed, you then need to prove your "alibi" by showing that you had already left the building, etc.
Of course, the fact that you left your computer accessible may create a problem for you if it is company policy for you to shut your computer down so that no one on the premises can use it when you leave work. North Carolina is an "at will
", meaning your employer can terminate you for any reason (or for no reason other than it simply wants to) unless you have an employment contract
which provides otherwise or if the reason is an illegal one (such as racial discrimination
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