One of the two women who were accused of sexually abusing a man in a D.C. convenient store has been arrested, and now the victim is speaking out.
The man, who didn’t want to be identified, is a teacher in the D.C. area, and says he attempted to ask the store’s cashier for help, but he didn’t do anything. He also said he told his friend on the phone to call the police.
“You don’t know who these people are. I was afraid of my safety. Like I said, I thought they were either transvestites, or women, or men dressed like women,” the victim said.
He also said he didn’t want to defend himself, because he assumed a man waiting outside of the store was their pimp.
What wasn’t shown on the video that’s been circulating is that one of the women also flashed him, as well.
“And then, when I had the idea that they were women, I thought they would have a pimp who was pushing them to be prostitutes who could have been outside with one of the gentlemen that were out there watching and witnessing, could have been with guns to come and shoot me. I did not want to be shot that day,” the victim said.
22-year-old Ayanna Marie Knight of Las Vegas was arrested on Tuesday and faces third-degree sexual assault charges.