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Jonna Spilbor, and Tim Gallagher to weigh in on the missing, a Connecticut mother, and the death of six American tourists in the Dominican Republic.
As a travel blogger, with nearly 27,000 followers on Instagram and says that she does not regret the act of traveling to the Dominican Republic in a more honest light, as she claims she was actually attacked and almost kidnapped during this period.
Cora Smith, who makes one half of the team behind @The_greatescape.the blog, along with her husband, Jay, recently told an Insider that she is, in the first instance, be reluctant to document negative aspects of their 2018 trip online.
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“We were very worried about bashing anyone or anything,” she told Insider. “In all honesty, leaders have been too afraid to tell the truth, and to feel that they need to get to the nice part. The majority of people only want to hear positive things.”
The couple lived for three months in the Dominican Republic, between March and June of 2018, but Smith said she has been approached twice in the first couple of weeks.
In the first incident, when she told the Insider tells in 2018, in a blog post, it occurred during a jog along the promenade in Santo Domingo. Smith said that the driver of a car that was trying to force her to go inside, and even stopped in her path before she ran off in the other direction.
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And then, in the Punta Cana area, “says Smith,” three men on a motorcycle stopped for her, while she was riding a bike before attempting to attack her.
“The man in the back of the engine is coming out, and he grabs my ass,” she said. “I was really shocked and angry. He started to laugh at me in my face.”
Smith said that she was trying to kick it over with the guys from the bike, but when she did, “the man reaches out and grabs my breast,” and “full-on groped her”.
“They were breaking me in every way, you’ll be able to have gang-raped has to be,” she told the Insider tells us that they continued to repeatedly kick it until she was able to break free and the way to Jay, who is cycling in front of you.
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Even though they are in the Dominican Republic, Smith said, she was afraid to tell the local authorities about the incident after a run in with the police, during which time they were more interested in trying to take her husband’s cash.
He even shared part of the story, in a blog post, shared it in 2018, but the photos of the couple on the trip, and focus on the beaches, the architecture, the monuments, the murals, the couple will be found.
“I didn’t tell my story, and I think it’s out of fear,” Smith said.
She also added that she wanted to share her experience after hearing the story of Tammy Lawrence-Daley, a Delaware woman who says she was assaulted by a man in a hotel uniform at the Majestic Elegance resort in Punta Cana, and left for dead.
The police in the Dominican Republic, said that the investigation into the incident.
“I feel like I can’t sit down and listen to the prime minister’s office, saying,” Our country is safe and secure,” because it’s not safe,” Smith said.
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Cora and Jay, to Smith, is currently in Ibiza, Spain, features. They have also recently been sharing photos from Indonesia, Thailand, and Peru.