She said she hoped her words would give strength to other online victims who are suffering in silence."What happened to me was terrible, but I wasn't going to let it destroy my life," she said.Also, as with all sex assaults, victims are often reluctant to report being attacked.
The woman in that case emailed a complaint to on Nov.
In addition to the two women, had received six complaints from website users against Logan, for claims such as using a fake online photo of himself and misrepresenting himself, according to court records."That lit a fire in me," she said, sitting beside a big window overlooking Dearborn Street in the downtown offices of her attorneys.
Jane Doe and the second woman's complaint led to double criminal sexual assault cases against Logan.
Last month, media outlets across the country closely followed the story of Ingrid Lyne, a 40-year-old mother of three from the Seattle area who disappeared after meeting a man she met on a dating site.
Her dismembered body was later found in a recycling bin, and the drifter she met through Plenty of Fish was arrested in connection with her death."We do see that some people who come in where previously they say 'I met this man at a bar, I met this man at a party' are now saying I met this man on an online dating app," said Christine Evans, legal director for the Chicago Alliance against Sexual Exploitation, which offers educational and legal services to rape survivors."We definitely have seen an increase in the number of people who name (an) online site as a way that they've met the person who assaulted them …