Watch: Woman Reveals ‘Creepy’ Date With Idaho Murder Accused – Used Cunning Trick To Escape
Imagine turning on the news and learning that the police have arrested a suspect in a high-profile murder case, and you see the face—and name—of that weird guy you went on a date with seven years ago. And this evening was unforgettable because of the extraordinary length it took you to finish it and the creepiness of the guy himself.
You suddenly realize that you were briefly alone in your dorm room with the man the police believe is responsible for the brutal stabbing. death of four University of Idaho students.
According to one young woman who shared her story on a TikTok video on Monday, this scenario was a reality.
In the video below, “Hailey” described the time she spent with the accused killer. Brian Kohberger, whom she contacted through the online dating site Tinder.
“My interaction with Brian was very short. I don’t know much about him,” Hailey began. She noted that her communication with Kochberger lasted 24 hours.
She continued, “We got together on Tinder. We talked for a couple of hours and then he was like, “Hey, do you want to go to the movies with me tonight?” I thought, “Of course.” So we went to the cinema.”
“Eventually we returned to my dorm. And he sort of invited himself inside. I thought he would just drop me off, but it wasn’t,” she explained.
“So he wanted to see another movie on Netflix and I said, ‘Of course.’ He kept trying to touch me – not exactly inappropriate, just trying to tickle me, pat my shoulders and everything, and I thought, “Why are you touching me?”
Hailey said: “He just wished he could get really serious. He’s like, “I’m not,” and I’m like, “You are,” and he’s like, “I’m not touching you.” Kind of like trying to make me think he didn’t touch me, which was weird.”
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She allegedly told Koberger she needed to go to the toilet, and she claimed that he followed her there.
“And then he followed me into the bathroom, which I thought was weird. … He didn’t come in with me, but as if standing outside the door,” she said.
Hailey wanted him to leave, but claimed she was “social awkward” and didn’t know how to do it. Finally she pretended to be sick.
“It wasn’t because I was afraid of him or thought he would hurt me if I asked him to leave. It was mostly because I am socially awkward. I didn’t know how to ask him to leave.”
Hailey said that she then received a message from Koberger on Tinder saying he was leaving.
An hour later, she received a second message in which he told her that she had “good hips for childbirth.”
She never spoke to him again.
New York Post contacted Hailey, who said it was important for her to tell her story because she “could be very different.”
She told the Post, “Brian wasn’t even the creepiest or scariest Tinder date I’ve been on. I hope that if any young women see my story and decide that they are invincible, they will know that it is very important to take precautions when you go on a date with people you meet online.”
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