It has been reported that this morning Homeland Security officers and the sheriff were seen at the Megabus stop in Los Angeles, CA. Officers have been seen checking for identification.
"There was a person W/ no ID. They had him stand up, spell his name,…
team 5’5 and under where ya at
they didn’t let us in they thought we were 12
Thank you for that.
Editor’s note: This post contains tweets that some may find offensive. Social media can be a lot of things: entertaining, educating and thought provoking. But it can also be traumatizing, especially if you’re a 16-year-old girl whose alleged rape has now gone viral. Jada, 16, of Houston, says she thought…
Jada told the news station that she didn’t know what happened until photos started popping up on social media. Photos that included images of her fully clothed on a bed passed out and then lying naked on the floor, still passed out.
Kids have been sharing the photos and shaming Jada for what happened that night. Currently, Houston police are investigating her claims. KHOU says it normally doesn’t identify rape victims, but Jada wanted her story to be told.
“There’s no point in hiding,” she said. “Everybody has already seen my face and my body, but that’s not what I am and who I am.”
Outside of Jada’s story, there’s also the story of the alleged rapist, Innel Yahia, who has proclaimed his innocence on social media, as well as joked about his recent arrest: “
QN: Boost the hell out of this. Send Jada love. She needs our support.