I’m the OP re: the Kijiji rapist

WARNING: This post focuses on a very sensitive topic.

I am the OP who posted about being drugged and raped for a week by a man who I had met thru a job posting on Kijiji.

Here’s the facts , sort of speak
I was raped and drugged for a week straight
I remember few details
I had no one who would have reported me missing for that week due to me having no living family and few friends
So yes, for a week straight, I was being drugged and raped.
I only continued to work ,primarily out of the fact I had no control onto what was going on
I remember nothing
Nothing other than a few pieces here and there
It’s been 13 years and I still am haunted each day
I don’t remember his name , nor the companies name he owned
I remember the house, the big tv in his room than nothing , than coming to for what felt like a second , I remember feeling extremely tired but still painting , not being able to comprehend what the hell was going on
I remember him driving a white truck
That’s it tho
Those select details is all I remember
Than I woke up, in my bed , I thought it was day, I was confused, disoriented
It turned out it was the following Monday
It was around supper time
I took a hot shower, threw the clothes in the trash and tried to just forget what happened
I was 22, no family , few friends.
I was scared to go to the cops
I was scared he would come after me
And to this day, 13 years latter , I am still scared of him
Yes the details are shifty , but it’s all I remember
Bits and pieces
That together tell the nightmare that I barely survived
So don’t judge me, don’t tell me I’m not telling the truth
This is the truth
This is my nightmare
I was drugged, I was raped
How he continued to drug me , simple
Slip the drug into the water I drank or whatever else he gave me
I hate this
I hate this nightmare I live in
Crappy thing is , he was a father , he had a wife in Quebec and two small kids. I remember the photo on the mantel from the first time I walked into his home
My nightmare
My reality
It sucks



14 Responses

  1. Shelley Lohr Shelley Lohr says:

    Its not your fault.

  2. It’s never too late to do something about it. Contact the police….give them the facts you remember….it may help you to heal. Please seek professional help

  3. I’m so sorry this happened to you.
    It’s been proven that trauma severely affects memory. I believe you.

  4. I truly hope you can heal.

  5. It may have been the reality at the time, but all we have is the moment, and your reality is only a nightmare as long as you allow the past to have power over you. What happened to you is awful and no one should ever have to go through what you’ve experienced. The fact remains though, that it’s part of your story now, and you can either let your trauma define and limit you, or face it and transcend. Let the old you who is scared die, and let your being resurrect into the new, stronger, resilient you. You deserve to live life to the fullest and you can if you face the darkest parts of your life story.

  6. I have no words of wisdom. I wish I did. I’ve never, ever had anything horrific like that happen. But, I absolutely believe everything you said did happen to you. You have guts. You also obviously have strength. You deserve to talk to someone about your rape (the word rape sounds so belittling to what happened to you. It’s beyond rape…. again, I believe you.)

  7. Call sexual assault centet and get some will help..

  8. There is the sexual assault centre of Edmonton (SACE) that can provide counselling and help you in other ways, they’re a great resource. There is no limitation for reporting, but if you don’t want to I highly suggest seeking psychological. PTSD is hell, I’ve had it. It’s not your fault, and good luck with everything. You deserve to heal. Even if you don’t remember everything, counselling will help even if it takes time. I do believe SACE’s services are free too.

  9. People can be really mean and ugly when they are free to post comments virtually anonymously. No one has the right to judge your truth! Please take the advice of others here and get some help to free yourself of these horrors. And seriously consider talking to police. By doing so you may be helping someone else who walked or walks in your shoes. I look forward to updated posts from you.

  10. I believe you. I know how hard it is to come forward. Please report this to the police. If you need a friend please message me. I truly wish you all the best.

  11. Jena Sandra Jena Sandra says:

    I believe you ❤


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