Alleged Pennsylvania escort Jessica Lutz says she was forced to have sex with a stranger in a car while the driver was “trying to take me to the bathroom”.
In an exclusive interview with The Washington Free Beacon, Lutz said she was at a bar with a friend and when the bar owner told her he was having trouble booking her for a private event, he asked her to drive the stranger to a nearby hotel room.
“The driver came back with a driver’s license, a permit, and the hotel room key,” Lutz told The Washington State Journal.
“The hotel room door opened and he said he was going to take us to the hotel.”
She said the driver took her to a room in the hotel, which was equipped with a bathroom.
“He told me to undress,” she said.
The driver, a man she identified as “Travis,” told her to undock her shirt, which he pulled down, then pulled her underwear off and then undressed her, Lutzes account of the encounter reads.
Lutz said that the driver began to fondle her and began kissing her while the room was locked.
“I was really, really freaked out,” Lutz said.
“My friend tried to stop him, but he was too fast.”
“He just got out of his car and ran away,” Luthts account reads.
“When he was out of sight, he went into the bathroom and grabbed my pants.”
The woman told The Journal she immediately alerted the hotel staff, who told the driver to call police.
Lutz and her friend were told that if they tried to report the incident to the police, the driver would face criminal charges.
“Travis had a history of violent sexual offenses and he had been arrested multiple times for sexual assault,” Luttis account reads, adding that he was previously charged with sexual battery and kidnapping, but those charges were dropped.
“If he was caught, he could have been convicted of that crime,” Luts account reads.””
If I was going with him to a hotel, I’d be worried about him coming back, and I don’t know if he would even be allowed to come back to Pennsylvania,” Lothos account reads in her own account.
A spokesperson for the state attorney general’s office, Jennifer Deitz, confirmed to The Journal that Lutz had filed a report with the office on Tuesday, adding, “The office is reviewing the incident.
At this time, the office is investigating and taking the necessary steps to pursue criminal charges.”
“In light of the circumstances, we respectfully ask that you stop referring to the woman in the article as Jessica Lutt.””
Our client does not know this person, and is very concerned about his safety and wellbeing,” the statement read.
“In light of the circumstances, we respectfully ask that you stop referring to the woman in the article as Jessica Lutt.”