A woman says she believes she was assaulted by someone on Facebook, but she says the story is “not true.”
The woman, who is in her early 30s, told CNN’s Erin Burnett that she was walking with a friend on a public sidewalk in Portland, Oregon, in November 2015 when she says she met a man.
He approached her and asked for her phone number.
She says he then grabbed her by the back of her neck and began groping her.
The woman says the man put his hands on her breasts, then she was led to a small room, where she says he stripped off his clothes and raped her.
He then put his hand on her stomach and said, “I’m going to do what I want to you.”
The man told her to tell her mother, who was home at the time, but the woman told her mother that she had to stay in the room with her friend, and the man left.
She says she later told her friends, who called police, and they later spoke to the man and the woman’s mother, and that both told them that she did not make up the story.
The woman says that she has not been able to reconcile the stories, and she believes that police and social media have been trying to silence her.
“My friend said, ‘Why are you telling everyone else what happened?
Why are you so afraid to tell anyone?’
I said, because I know my friends.
I know what happened,” she said.
“I don’t want people to get hurt because of what happened.”
She has since posted a video on Facebook with her account.
In the video, she says that in her video, the man said to her, “You’re going to die in this room.
You’re going die in the woods.
You’ll never come out alive.”
She says that at first, she was scared to tell others about what happened, but when she told her father about the story, she said he was supportive.
She added that she also believes that she is telling the truth because her friends have told her that the man raped her in the park.
The video has been shared more than 15,000 times and has more than 1,100 comments.
“You don’t think I can handle it?,” one commenter wrote.
“This has been going on for years,” another wrote.
Some people who know the woman said that the alleged attacker has since been released from jail.
They said that there are a few other people who may have information about the man’s background, but they did not want to give his name.
The Associated Press has reached out to Facebook for comment, but did not immediately receive a response.