Posted February 15, 2018 05:05:52 It was a sunny morning in June and Lexa was getting ready to head out to work.
But that didn’t stop her from getting into an argument with a family member.
Lexa said she had her finger bitten and that the man had grabbed her by the hair and was trying to rip her clothes off.
She said she tried to fight him off but it was too late.
Lexas had been living in the house with her sister for a year and a half.
She had been staying at a friend’s house when she found out she was pregnant.
“I was devastated because it was like, what am I going to do?,” she said.
After getting the baby boy, Lexa’s husband and sister went to the police to report her to the ACT Police.
They also asked her to move out of the house, but she said they didn’t have the money to do that.
Lexa said her husband told her they would take care of the baby.
But it didn’t happen.
At the time, she was living with her parents in Melbourne, but the house had been renovated.
The police investigation found Lexa had lied to the officers about the incident.
Police said they could find no record of the alleged incident, but it did not stop Lexa from living at the house.
She said she wasn’t worried about her reputation.
Her parents had also moved out.
But that didn- t stop Lexas from being harassed.
A few months later, Lexas was on her way to a meeting at a conference when she stopped at a red light.
Ms O’Brien said she saw Lexas walk into the intersection with her car, and when she got out, she saw the man grabbing her hair.
“[He] was just pulling her hair and trying to pull her off,” Ms O’Briens said.
“I thought, he’s got her.”
The officer saw Lexa at the intersection and asked if she had been injured, and Lexas said she did not.
He said he was trying not to be confrontational, but Lexas refused to answer any questions.
Eventually, Lexes car hit a tree, and she fell off the roof.
Officers said Lexas fell off and was taken to hospital.
It was the first time in more than two years that Lexas lost her baby.
As Lexas recovered, she decided to move in with her mother and younger brother in Adelaide.
In a police interview, Lexan said she didn’t think the man would ever be able to hurt her again.
They moved in, and it was very difficult to explain the circumstances that led to the incident to anyone else, she said at the time.
When Lexas returned to Australia, her family were surprised to hear that the child had been taken away.
An investigation by the police into the incident is ongoing.