Woman Who Says She Was Kidnapped And Raped By Newlyweds Details Her Abduction

"I roll my window down. They're asking for directions.”

By Gina Tron

A Florida woman who said she was kidnapped and raped by newlyweds shared her story with the media.

"This is definitely a life-changing situation, where I don't know how I'm ever going to get over this," the woman, who asked not to be identified, said Monday, according to Click Orlando.

She said she was backing out of a Publix parking lot last when when she was approached by Rashada Hurley, 32.

"I roll my window down. They're asking for directions.”

Hurley then allegedly struck the woman in the head and she lost consciousness.

She woke up to Timothy Lowe, 37, driving her car. Hurley began choking and punching her. Lowe drove the car to a Motel 6 and Hurley booked a room using the victim's credit card. The newlyweds from Georgia then allegedly took turns raping her.

"He did what he did first, and then she did what she did," the woman said. She says she fled while the couple tried opening her phone.

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

The next day, the couple was caught stealing two sodas from a 7-Eleven while naked, according to Click Orlando.

They have been charged with kidnapping, robbery, sexual battery, indecent exposure, petty theft and grand theft.

"These people are not well," the woman's attorney, Carlos Silva, said, according to Crime Online. "They're sick and demented. They should be put to sleep."

[Miami-Dade County Sheriff]

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