After being raped on a New York City subway in September, the victim said that Gwen Stefani gave her the strength to magically get up off the tracks.
The unidentified 22-year-old Brooklynite claimed to FOX 5 New York on Friday that she was punched by an unidentified man after exiting a train in Crown Heights on September 19. The attacker allegedly then forced the victim onto the tracks.
The victim claims that while she was on the ground, she was able to stand up by recalling how she had previously dragged herself up on stage at multiple Gwen Stefani concerts. The stage during a recent performance in Las Vegas was about the same height as the subway station.
The young lady explained, “It’s because Gwen has summoned me on stage so frequently.” Because of this, “my body knew what to do,”
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The woman sprinted out of the station while still getting back on the train platform. The girl further said that the assault gives her nightmares.
She claimed, “Being in the tracks is what causes me nightmares.” “That was the scariest thing I’ve ever experienced.”
According to New York police, the suspect stole the young woman’s phone and then fled. The investigation into the crime is ongoing.
Even though the victim has resumed taking the train to get to work, she claims that she still has anxiety about it.
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The woman added, “I just think that everyone who looks at me is going to hurt me.” I don’t trust anyone anymore, and that’s what has changed about me. Everyone is going to hurt me now, I believe.
The amount of violent crime in the New York City subway system has increased dramatically in recent years. Recent plans to pay for 1,200 more overtime hours each day for police officers to patrol the stations were made public by New York Governor Kathy Hochul.
“Keeping New Yorkers safe in the streets, at home, at school, and on the subway is my number one priority as governor, and we will do everything it takes to make our subways safer for riders,” Hochul said on Saturday.