Savannah Dietrich, Sex-crime victim could be jailed for tweeting her attackers' names
Kentucky girl who was sexually assaulted now faces jail time for talking about it publicly.
Savannah Dietrich, 17, could be locked up on contempt-of-court charges for tweeting the names of her attackers after they allegedly got a sweetheart plea bargain, according to a published report.
Dietrich, who was molested while passed out at a party by the sick creeps, told the Louisville Courier-Journal newspaper that she was outraged because the boys were given a deal that she thinks is “very, very light.”
The judge in the case had further protected the sex fiends by placing a gag order that barred Dietrich from talking about what happened to her.
“I was crying as she [the judge] was reading that,” Dietrich said. “They got off very easy . . . and they tell me to be quiet, just silencing me at the end.”
But she tweeted her attackers' names anyway, and now faces time behind bars for violating the order.
“There you go, lock me up,” tweeted Dietrich, who agreed that her name be made public although she is a sex-crime victim. “I’m not protecting anyone that made my life a living Hell.”