It Figures: Guy Creeps into Student’s Dorm Room and Touches Her Hair
There are too many crazy and creepy folks roaming the streets. I know I’m not the only one that has noticed the large string of sexual assaults being reported lately. Scary. While you should definitely be on the look out when you are outside, it sucks to think that these creepers are finding their way into people’s homes! Case in point: Alia Callens. Callens, a student at the American Music and Dramatic Academy in NYC, woke up in her Upper West Side dorm room on October 7 to find a strange man standing next to her bed, staring at her. The student says the only reason he was able to get in, or so she thinks, was because she fell asleep while studying and forgot to lock the door.
This is what she told CBS New York happened next: “He kept petting my hair and I turned on my curling iron and then he started to unzip his pants and I was like, ‘Okay, you need to leave right now.”
Where did she grab that curling iron from??? Anywho, she must have snapped on him something serious because it seems the guy left just before she had to have an out-of-body experience with him. Callens said that the intruder was a white male, 25 years of age with a blue hooded sweatshirt on, jeans and sneakers. The student says that though the incident was no joke, she’s all good. “I freaked out, but I’m good now. I just want everyone to be safe and lock their doors and stuff.” She sure is calm. But she’s also very, VERY blessed because who knows how that scenario really could have played out. Lock your doors people! And it never hurts to keep a shank around…(seriously.) Quick observation though: isn’t it interesting that he went for the sistah’s hair? VERY interesting…
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