Bernard Baran years ago. He was wrongly accused of molestation while working as a teacher's aide back in the '80s mainly because parents learned that he was gay and stories were fabricated to "get" him. He spent 21 years in prison.
Juxtapose this case against that of the man claiming "homosexual panic" and self-defense in the alleged murder of Marco McMillian, a mayoral candidate in Clarksdale, Mississippi, a state without a hate crimes law. This guy may actually get no jail time if the jury is sympathetic to his alleged victimization (he claims McMillian was coming on to him sexually) by a gay man.
In both cases the gay man is assumed guilty of a crime. The more things change, the more things stay the same.