Youngstown, Ohio – A 24-year-old Ohio woman who says she was harassed and assaulted by a man online after she posted a video about sexual harassment in the workplace has decided to speak out for the first time about what happened.
In an exclusive interview with The Huffington Post, Samantha Lasker says she decided to share her story because she believes it will help others and she wanted to set an example for others.
She says she had been working at a digital agency called The Business, a startup that helps startups to monetize their content.
She says that she was a freelancer for a client and the company was looking for a full-time employee.
She said she was told she would be getting a pay raise but that wasn’t what was in the contract.
When she was due to start working in the fall of 2015, she says she received a text from the man who had harassed her.
She believes she was sexually harassed by the man.
She alleges he threatened to hurt her.
Samantha says she didn’t report it to the company because she thought it would be a waste of time.
But she says after her story became a viral hit on Reddit, the company had to change its internal policies.
The company says it investigated Samantha’s claims and found that she had filed a complaint with the human resources department at the time of the alleged incident.
Slamming the man, Samantha says she felt unsafe and scared and wanted to report the incident to the police.
“I was in shock,” she says.
“I was scared to even be on the same plane as this guy.
I was afraid that I would get in trouble and I didn’t want to do that to myself.”
Samanathan says she did not report the matter to the HR department because she felt that the company wouldn’t have taken action if she had.
The HR department of the company said that they had no comment.
Samy says she went to HR to report what she claims was a sexist and sexual harassment incident, but she was still being harassed by a stranger, who she says is still around.
She said she has had to seek therapy twice and has had other people call her and say they had witnessed her being harassed, including a man who claimed he’d raped her.
Samanathan says the experience left her feeling very alone and vulnerable.
“My only hope now is that this story inspires others to speak up, to speak about what they’ve experienced, and that hopefully it can be a turning point for others,” she said.
Samielas story is one of hundreds that have been made public in recent weeks.
But this is the first interview Samantha has given to the media in the last week, after the company changed its internal policy.
She hopes to make a statement on Reddit and on social media.
“We are really proud of this story,” she told The Huffington News.
“It has definitely brought us into the light.”