Stanford Rape Victim Reveals Powerful Reason For Remaining Anonymous, Saying She Is 'Every Woman' — Read Her Statement Here
As we're sure you're aware, there has been A TON of controversy around the Stanford rape case involving Brock Turner who sexually assaulted an unconscious woman behind a dumpster last year and was ONLY sentenced to six months of prison.
You can imagine this extremely light punishment had people up in arms and creating petitions to unseat the judge who made the ruling.
Since the case has gained so much attention, we've received new details like Brock's mugshot being released and getting to see the EXTREMELY self-centered letter — we can only imagine was intended to show remorse — Brock wrote to the judge.
Throughout the whole case though, the victim has remained unnamed and still hasn't come forward — but now we know why!
The anonymous woman released a statement to KTVU Fox 2 in San Francisco via a prosecutor that explained: