Kaye said she knew the former employee only a little, but he sometimes gave her and her friends free drinks. On a night out to Chuck’s Burger Bar with a friend a couple of weeks ago, she said the man, who was working at the time, was feeding her and her friend tequila shots. After the bar closed at 10 p.m., the two young women were alone with the man, Kaye said.
“And then, as far as I know, I woke up in the apartment,” she said.
The next thing she remembers is being in a shower in the apartment, where she slipped and hit her head. She said a different man held her down and raped her. She said she blacked out and then woke up with both men on top of her.
“I had continuously said stop, and they weren’t stopping.”
She went to the hospital the next morning and had a concussion diagnosed.
Sequoia Fraser said her story was the first on the Instagram page and it sparked others to come forward. She said she met the man briefly in April at a friend’s house, but she got sick and went to bed early.
“I woke up with him beside me and him touching me. I instantly started pushing him off me. He started trying to force himself on me,” she said.
Fraser said she didn’t think about telling her story, but when she started to hear women warning others to avoid the man, she wanted to speak up.
“I’m not scared anymore,” she said.
Another woman, who did not want to be identified, said she ended up in the man’s apartment after a night at Chuck’s Burger Bar about three weeks ago, but she doesn’t remember how she got there or what happened in the apartment.
She said she pressed the man the next day on what happened, and he said they had had sex and she was coherent.
“I don’t see how I could be coherent if I don’t remember a single thing for three hours,” she said.
not victim-blaming at all here but i've now read 14 or 15 accounts. in every single one the victims say they "ended up" at his place and were "fed drinks" by him. most drank and/or had drugs with him to the point of black-out. some of them should have been more careful for sure. i thought young people knew to employ a "buddy system" where you look out for one another. almost every account indicates that two or more friends over-drank and "ended up" at his place.
Edited by Victoria Watcher, 07 February 2021 - 08:11 AM.