Apparently, that’s what the woman at the root of these changes thought when she became a rape victim while on a date that began as a meetup.
The victim, known only as Jane Doe from Los Angeles, was on the Match.com-arranged date when she was raped.
She just wanted to spare others from what she’d been through.
There was the jail inmate she said somehow messaged her, asking her for some commissary cash.
And there's the time she was catfished by a 60-year-old man, passing himself off as his 25-year-old son."He says he uses his son. Says he prefers women that are younger than him," Sue said.
are endangered." The woman was quoted by ABC News as saying she was raped in 2010 during her second date with Wurtzel, whom she had met on the website.
The woman, whom the network described as an "Ivy League graduate who works in film and television," said the man followed her into her residence and attacked her.Los Angeles (CNN) -- says it will begin cross-referencing members against the National Sex Offender Registry after a lawsuit filed last week in California, in which a woman claims she was raped by a convicted offender she met on the dating website. S., said in a statement Sunday night that "improved technology and an improved database now enables a sufficient degree of accuracy to move forward" with an initiative it had previously discounted because of the background checks' "historical unreliability." In a class action lawsuit filed April 13 in Los Angeles County Superior Court, the woman, identified as Jane Doe, claims she met a man named Alan Wurtzel, who according to the lawsuit has a record of "six separate convictions for sexual battery" in Los Angeles County alone.