Jasmine Eiland, the woman who went viral after she livestreamed herself getting raped in an Atlanta nightclub (read here), has spoken out following the outrage that the incident generated.
In a live video shared to her Facebook wall, Jasmine corrected the notion that the guy seen raping her was the same person she took a picture with outside in the day.
“The guy that I took the picture with out here in the day, it’s not the same guy in the video,” she said to correct those claiming that she knows the guy intimately and what happened between them wasn’t rape.
Jasmine was raped in Opera nightclub in Atlanta while clubgoers did nothing. She screamed “help me” and “stop” multiple times but her assailant continued to have sex with her.
She livestreamed herself while partying and the video shows the moment she was raped after her drink was allegedly spiked with ketamine.
Social media users are currently still arguing about the rape under the comment section of the live video which is still on Jasmine’s Facebook wall.
Jasmine explained in her recent video that she can’t delete the rape video yet due to ongoing investigation.
Hours after being raped on the night of Saturday, January 19, Jasmine wrote on Facebook: “I’m OK”.
In another, post, she wrote: “Please no calls/text I’m still gathering myself please.”
Atlanta Police Department said they are investigating the alleged rape and Opera nightclub, where the incident happened, released a statement, saying they are cooperation with the police.
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Watch Jasmine react to the alleged rape in the video below.