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    Dangerous client who refused to pay. Named Bill

    His name is bill. Digits +125073938**
    He demanded we not use a condom even though I told him this was against my rules. He made the decision himself that he would not use one and quickly put himself inside me before I could even argue the matter.
    He was freaking out because I wanted to take a break and didnt immediately start bbbj after walking out of the bathroom. He began attacking me and name calling to the point where I said I was going to leave because i felt uncomfortable. We had already spent a few hours together and I expected to be paid. He refused and called me a retarded whore.. among other things. I demanded he pay me and he said I was worth nothing.
    After a brutal argument he agreed to take me to an atm machine. On the drive there he threatened to take me to the top of a mountain and kill me.
    When we got to the atm machine I waited in the truck (stupidly) for him to pay me.
    He got the money and waved it far away from me so I couldnt see it. I asked for the money before leaving the vehicle. He then grabbed me, pulled me out of the truck and across the pavement, bruising me very badly, like my whole forearm is purple and yellow. I screamed for help so he threw me to the ground and drove off. I walked to a gas station (this was 4am) in tears and called a cab. I have his address, full name, and license plate number. I may not have handled the situation perfectly but he had no right to treat me as he did. Anyone who wants his info can feel free to contact me.

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    Wow that is nuts... Sorry to hear about the ripoff and assault, hope you're okay.

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    Pm'd you. Message if I can help

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    I’m so sorry you experienced this!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Basicbitches View Post
    He made the decision himself that he would not use one and quickly put himself inside me
    That is sexual assault.
    I may not have handled the situation perfectly
    He is the criminal, how you handled it changes nothing. Don't let anyone use your actions against you.
    He is 100% responsible for everything he did.

    Go to the police, you will prevent him from doing it again.
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    Like others have mentioned...contact the police

    It’s also a good idea to go to the hospital to get a rape kit examination done ASAP.

    The emergency room staff can contact the police for you.
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    Should call the police and get the hospital and get STD and rape test. That guy should end up in jail.

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    I'm so appreciative of the support ladies. I was scared to post this but you have all made me feel so safe to speak out. Amazing.

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    police have something know as discretion....in cases like this where the law is unclear about what non payment means for a sex worker....the police have discretion to apply the law in a way which is proportional and appropriate....in this case...and in any case which relates to non payment for escort services rendered..... "consent"...the defining characteristic of rape in non consent..... consent is dependent on payment....when the payment is stolen or removed or given fraudulently leading to non payment....and the services were rendered....consent is removed and thus it is rape.....

    so, while reading the criminal code it may not seem like non payment, theft or fraudulent payment are grounds for a rape charge.... because of the nature of sex work and the purpose of the payment or link to the consent of the sex worker..... non payment in vancouver is viewed as rape...by the vancouver police.....
    consent is the main factor here.... since consent was based on payment for the sexual service.... when he did not pay....consent was removed and it became sexual assault....

    your final comment about women taking advantage of "being women"......not sure how to feel about it....

    payment as part of consent is not subjective however....no payment, no consent..... it is rape

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    Thanks for the information. This is very interesting and makes a lot of sense.
    I'm not sure what you mean about my last comment sorry? I didn't write anything about "being woman"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kittylicker80 View Post
    your final comment about women taking advantage of "being women"......not sure how to feel about it....
    Quote Originally Posted by Basicbitches View Post
    I'm not sure what you mean about my last comment sorry? I didn't write anything about "being woman"?
    Yes, I was trying to figure out that one myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Basicbitches View Post
    I may not have handled the situation perfectly but he had no right to treat me as he did. Anyone who wants his info can feel free to contact me.
    Hi love. I'm so sorry this happened to you. What he did to you was wrong. You are not to blame.

    It's very common after being assaulted to look back and wonder what you might have done differently. Regardless of what you might regret, you are 100% right that he had NO right to violate your consent, hurt you, threaten you, and assault you. You have the right to be safe both at work and in your personal life.

    It's also common after being assaulted to feel disoriented, confused, jumpy, nervous, suspicious, or "on edge." Everyone reacts differently. Whatever your reaction might be, it's important to remember that you are having a normal reaction to an abnormal event, and that there is nothing wrong with you. It might help you to talk to someone, like a good friend. It might help to talk to a counsellor - some people find they need this, and others don't. Do what feels right for you.

    I'm not sure if you are in Vancouver or Victoria. In Vancouver, you may want to reach out to Pace for support services. In Victoria, you can reach out to Peers. They are both non-profit organizations that offer non-judgmental support to current and former sex workers. Many of the staff have been sex workers, or have friends who are sex workers. They are our allies. I have personally been to both of these organizations, and found them very helpful. Links below:

    Pace - http://www.pace-society.org/
    Peers - www.safersexwork.ca

    Don't hesitate to get in touch if you need any more help. Remember, you have a loving and supportive community around you. You are not alone. We're here for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poonerboi View Post
    I was scared to bring it up ...

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    That was the first thing I thought when I saw the name.
    Creep has been doing this for at least twenty years, WTF?!
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