Youtuber Elodie Zone has finally opened up about a weekend assault that left her traumatized.
The incident took place after her male friend threw her out of the car and left her on the highway to find her way home, way after the 11pm curfew.
“Ladies, have friends and be with a man that will protect you. You never want to hit the ground unsure of who will and won’t be there to catch you. My experience last night was an eye-opener. The closest person to me left me in a position where I could have died. I would never wish that on anyone!”
Adding in another post Elodie explained,
“Finally home safe. Had a really bad ending to the night yesterday. Nairobi is so dangerous! I thank God for my life. I genuinely didn’t think I’d make it to see this day. Imagine having to pick between sexual assault, death or both. I’m completely drained.”
After a lot of concern from her friends and fans, Elodie explains how a night out partying turned our dark and dreary.
A night she will never forget.
“Hey, a lot of you have been asking what happened to me the other night. I don’t wanna go into too much detail, but after an event in Westlands, a friend was drunk and he left me on the side of the road past curfew after a fight.”
“As I walked home cops found me and began harassing me. I called the friend to help me moments before my phone died and he never came back. I saw him turn the car around and drive right passed me. The cops (3 men) began to physically grab me before forcing me into a car. We drove around Lavington for a while before a stranger came to my rescue.”
Elodie pointed out,
“We always hear such scary stories about things that happen to girls and it reached a point in the car where I had to prepare myself mentally for anything. I thank God for the stranger that saved me that night. They are truly an angel on earth. Thank you to all the messages and calls I also received I’m home safe and will be with a friend for the week.”
She concluded her sad tale by saying,
“If I know you personally, please don’t call me to talk about it. I need space as I move forward. I never talk badly about people online, but to the friend that left me, karma will deal with you.”
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