A former Arizona senator revealed she was sexually assaulted while jogging along the Missouri River in Iowa years after admitting she was raped in US Air Force.
Former Arizona Senator Reveals Horrifying Sexual Assault She Experienced While Jogging Along Missouri River
Former Arizona senator Martha McSally revealed the horrifying sexual assault she experienced while she was jogging along the Missouri River in Iowa, wherein the former Arizona senator claimed she never imagined that she would be sexually assaulted in a public place first thing in the morning just like that.
According to a report published in Daily Caller, the former Arizona senator revealed she was taking her time jogging when she suddenly felt someone behind her forcefully hugging and sexually assaulting her for a while until the former Arizona senator went back to her senses and decided to fight back to protect herself.
In the video posted by the former Arizona senator, she froze for a moment but immediately got the courage to fight back and ran after the assailant, who hid in the brush while the former Arizona senator called for help, waiting for authorities to respond; however, the assailant was not arrested.
Former Arizona Senator Sexually Assaulted While Jogging Years After Admitting to Being Raped in US Air Force
Following the incident, the former Arizona senator claimed she was traumatized after being sexually assaulted while jogging, but it could have been worse if she hadn’t fought back, Miami Herald reported.