Sexual Assault and Blackmail

By March 23, 2021March 25th, 2021No Comments

Teen Central has withheld the story of sexual assault due to the explicit and graphic details that may be disturbing to some readers.

It was so stupid to let myself be fooled like this!

That Friday night…several of us…decided to go have some drinks at a local pub. I had a vision of some beer, shoot some pool, throw some darts and have some fish & chips and go home. There were five of us and we were laughing, telling dirty jokes, flirting with women at the bar and in general having a great time.

I don’t know, maybe it was around 10:30 and I was feeling pretty high, I really don’t drink that often and six or seven beers and a couple shots of Taquila and I was in no condition to drive. A man I had never seen before was very nice and said, look let me take you home and you can get your car tomorrow! I did not argue!

We went to my home and he came in with me and helped me get undressed. (Description of sexual assault).


Here at Teen Central, we strive to make sure everyone knows they are heard. Your story is important and it is your story to tell. While we are primarily focused on helping youth find a safe place to share their struggles, we wanted to provide some support for you. Your story should be heard by police, and other helping professionals. You describe being the victim of a crime, so we encourage you to contact 911, or to report the event to your local police department so the person can be held responsible. We would also suggest that you seek support through crime victims services that can help you recover from this event. You can contact The Anti-Violence Project at 212-714-1124 or, or the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-HOPE or

We wish you the best and hope you, and your wife and family find the support you both need to help you heal from this incident.