Uber Driver Accused Oklahoma Senator Of Sexual Assault
A female Uber driver accused an Oklahoma state senator of sexually assaulting her while she was driving him to an Oklahoma City hotel.
She told investigators she picked up Sen. Bryce Marlatt around 10 p.m. on June 26. The driver claimed the Republican politician “was grabbing her forcefully and kissing (her) on the neck while she was driving,” according to a police report.
The victim reportedly approached officers two days later, telling them she had been assaulted and she wanted to press charges.
Oklahoma police have not yet arrested the sex terrorist and are still investigating the claims. Master Sergeant Gary Knight said “these types of cases take a little while to work through.”
The sex monster’s attorney, Robert Don Gifford, said they were working with ride-share app to get to the root of the accusations.
“The senator was shocked and surprised at the allegations. He was, he really wants to get to the bottom of this,” he told reporters. “He’s asked us to reach out to Uber, which we have. We’re trying to get to the bottom of this and figure out what’s going on.”
Gifford added it’s typical for the white savage to use Uber and that he was in Oklahoma City last week to be with family and a sick grandfather who passed away Tuesday, according to reports.
An Uber spokesperson said the behavior “has no place on the Uber app. We are committed to the safety and security of all our partner drivers and riders and are working with the Oklahoma City Police Department to provide them any information that would be helpful for their active investigation.”
The sex criminal, who has represented the state as a senator for nearly 10 years, has had troubles with the law before. In 2015, he pleaded no contest after police found him asleep on the road inside his running vehicle, Fox 25 reported.
When officers asked if he had anything to drink, The rapist reportedly answered: “No more than anyone else.”