Emily Hunt, 39 – who was shocked to see police files that reportedly called her ‘obstructive’ and ‘difficult’ – says officers ‘simply did not like me’.
The strategy consultant says they failed to investigate properly whether she was drugged and attacked and wrote her off as an attention seeker.That's a terrible thing to say!
But wait. How do we know this, anyway?
Oh. It's from her exclusive interview with the 'Daily Mail', complete with studio portraits.
She later took to Twitter to whine endlessly about how she expected the 'Daily Mail' to be interested in her story, but all they did was 'twist her words'. Imagine!
So this 'strategy consultant' was out-strategised by the 'Mail'. Hmmm.
She was left suicidal in the wake of events at a trendy £200-a-night hotel in Bethnal Green, east London, in May 2015. After a long lunch with her father she met a man in a bar who took her back to a room for sex.
She believes that at some stage she was drugged and can only remember waking alongside the man.*raises eyebrow*
She raised £27,000 to pay for what would have been the first crowd-funded British private prosecution for rape.
But the Crown Prosecution Service had said there was ‘insufficient evidence’ for a realistic prospect of a guilty verdict, a decision upheld by a further review.*raises both eyebrows*
Meanwhile, a QC specialising in sex crimes, who was hired with cash from her fighting fund, examined the police dossier and concluded any further legal fight is doomed.*eyebrows disappear into the back of my head*
Miss Hunt, who is originally from New York, found police did not test tablets held by the man which he claimed were Viagra and LSD. She believes she was given date rape drug GHB.
She said most of the £27,000 she raised has been spent on her legal costs, as well as marketing for her campaigning work.Does it pay better than strategy consulting then? It can't be because you're better at it, can it?