Woman who says she was kidnapped, sexually assaulted by newlyweds on honeymoon speaks out

The woman was allegedly abducted and sexually assaulted by a Georgia couple has spoken about the harrowing ordeal for the first time.

As Crime Online previously reported, the 27-year-old victim was driving in a Publix grocery store parking lot on July 9 when she was approached by Rashada Hurley, 32. After rolling down her driver’s side window, Hurley allegedly hit the woman over the head with an unknown object, knocking her out.

The victim told police that she woke up in the back seat of her car. Hurley was driving and Hurley’s husband, Timothy Lowe, was sitting in the passenger seat. She claimed that Hurley stopped the car and began choking her while Lowe delivered punches to her face until she passed out again. Hurley and Lowe then took the woman to a Miami Motel 6, where they reportedly anally penetrated her and forced her to perform oral sex on them.

The Georgia couple purportedly traveled to South Florida and carried out the egregious assault while on their honeymoon.

“He did what he did first, and then she did what she did,” the woman told WKMP. She said she was able to flee while the distracted couple attempted to break into her phone.

When I finally did escape, I was running in the street naked. A gentleman finally pulled over, and I told him what had happened.”

The couple was caught the next day when they reportedly stole sodas from a Miami 7-Eleven and browsed a Walgreens while naked. Police were able to easily to tie them to the rape as Hurley reportedly used her Georgia identification card at the Motel 6. They are currently charged with kidnapping, robbery, sexual battery, indecent exposure, petty theft, and grand theft.

“These people are not well,” the woman’s attorney, Carlos Silva, commented. “They’re sick and demented. They should be put to sleep.”

The woman hopes that telling her story saves others from suffering the same fate.

“I want everybody to be aware of their surroundings,” she said.

[Featured Image: Miami-Dade County]