‘I’m so scared’: Woman suffers panic attack after being abused in car
A woman who was assaulted in a car by a man who had been watching porn while she was at work is now terrified of her family and friends.
News.co.nz/94717 News.com/94675 Woman’s horror at her assault in a New Zealand car leads her to seek help for herself and her family: News.au Key points: The woman was at a party at her home when she was sexually assaulted in the car by an unknown man who was watching pornThe man’s partner was at the party but not home when the incident happenedThe man, who was later identified as the man who assaulted her, had previously been released on bail but the woman has not yet received any compensationThe woman’s family, friends and her former boss have all contacted police to say they are still waiting for justice for her.
The 31-year-old was at her sister’s house in the suburb of Tauranga when she suffered what her sister described as a panic attack.
“I had a panic in my chest,” she said.
She woke up to find her sister with a huge cut on her head and that she had been beaten by the man in the back seat of the car.
Her family said she had not yet been paid for the damage to her car.
The woman said she was not at home when it happened, and her partner had gone home, but she was still in shock.
“[I was] still in a state of shock, it was very difficult to talk to me about what happened,” she told 7.30.
When she returned home, she was unable to contact her family or anyone in her current position and had lost the support she needed.
In response to her ordeal, the woman had applied for a payout from the state of New Zealand for the time she spent in the care of the police, but her application has not been approved.
It’s not the first time she’s been the victim of a sexual assault in New Zealand.
During a 2016 trial in which she was the only witness, the man was found guilty of raping her after she told a lie.
His victim, now 19, was awarded $1.2 million by the Court of Appeal.
At the time, she said her mother and her brother had not received compensation.
Today, she’s determined to get her money back and is speaking out for the first to get justice for the woman who has been sexually assaulted.
Now, she wants to help other women to seek compensation.
“I’m not scared at all, but it’s just a matter of getting it done, getting it through the system,” she added.
‘I’m afraid to go back to work’: Victim’s mother is still waiting on compensation The man had been released from jail after pleading guilty to rape, but the court heard he was still serving a 10-month sentence for an unrelated offence and was not eligible for bail.
He was also ordered to pay $1,100 to his victim, and $750 to her sister.
After pleading guilty, he was released on parole, and a judge ordered him to pay the woman $600 in child support.
But he has yet to make a payment to the woman, who had a child with him, and had been in contact with her family since her ordeal.
I’m still trying to get the money and I have not been paid.
They haven’t been paid in about a year.
My son was at school when this happened.
I don’t think they have been paid by me, they’ve just said that they won’t do anything about it.
That’s why I’m doing all I can to get it done for her, and I’m so afraid to come back to the job.
News: Victim’s mum tells 7.90 “I don’t know how to take this anymore, I just want my money.
I’ve lost my job, my family and my children.
People need to understand that they can’t just take someone’s money without having to make it better for them.
We need to find out who did this, and if they’ve got the ability to pay them back.”
‘It was not my fault’: Victim says she felt ‘abandoned’ The victim’s mother said the abuse had left her feeling “abandoning” her son.
For many women, it is difficult to get money from their abusers because of financial problems, or because of the stigma attached to them.
“This was a traumatic experience for me, but also a very difficult one for my family, my children, my partners,” she explained.
A police investigation into the case found the man’s previous convictions had not been recorded.
This has left her “shocked and angry”, and she wants the woman to receive compensation.