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USAF sergeant makes shocking rape accusation against fellow soldier in viral TikTok

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A US Air Force sergeant has made a shocking accusation of raping a fellow service member in a viral TikTok video after saying she had been abandoned by civil authorities.

Kacie Suchanek, 23, said she decided to share her story online after police failed to thoroughly investigate the October incident.

Suchanek, who is stationed with the 125th Fighter Wing in the Jacksonville, Florida Air National Guard, said she had recently moved to the post and was trying to meet new friends.

After meeting her attacker at his apartment outside the base, where two other people were present, Suchanek said she had been brutally raped and beaten.

“He started beating me with open fists. I couldn’t hear anything from my left ear for two days. And when I got myself out of that disassociation state I was in, I got up and started putting on my clothes,” she told DailyMail.com.

“He rolled over and pretended to fall asleep. I couldn’t believe you would do something like that to someone and go to sleep so peacefully.’

Suchanek said last month that she was told by the Duval County State Attorney’s Office and Prosecution Office that despite providing a rape kit, photos of her torn hair and bruises, and three witness statements, the case was unlikely to go to trial.

She said she had been advised to agree to a plea deal that would have lowered her attacker’s sexual battery charges into a felony.

Kacie Suchanek, 23, said she decided to share her story online after police failed to thoroughly investigate the October incident.

Suchanek, who is stationed with the 125th Fighter Wing in the Jacksonville, Florida Air National Guard, said she had recently moved to the post and was trying to meet new friends.  After meeting her attacker at his apartment outside the base, where two other people were present, Suchanek said she had been brutally raped and beaten.

Suchanek, who is stationed with the 125th Fighter Wing in the Jacksonville, Florida Air National Guard, said she had recently moved to the post and was trying to meet new friends. After meeting her attacker at his apartment outside the base, where two other people were present, Suchanek said she had been brutally raped and beaten.

Because the attack took place outside the base and she is on duty, but the attacker is a technician on reserve, the case has been addressed by civil law enforcement.

Suchanek had just moved into that post, trying to make friends. After making friends with her attacker on Facebook, she agreed to come to a meeting at his apartment, where two other people were present.

Once inside the apartment, the man pushed his hand down her pants and in front of the two other people, she said.

“I tied up to stop it. I was confused as to why he did that, especially in public,” she recalls.

Suchanek said the four went to the pool of her attacker’s building, he hit her on the buttocks. When they got upstairs, he grabbed her hand and led her to his bedroom.

“As soon as he closed the door, he became aggressive towards me. He pushed me to my knees and forced me into oral sex. He continued to penetrate me vaginally and anally. I was able to get myself out of bed and out of the room,” Suchanek said.

Because the attack took place outside the base and she is on duty, but the attacker is a technician on reserve, the case has been addressed by civil law enforcement.

Because the attack took place outside the base and she is on duty, but the attacker is a technician on reserve, the case has been addressed by civil law enforcement.

Suchanek said she was in a state of shock and panic and didn’t want to.

‘As soon as I sat down’ [on the couch], he tried to push his hands back into my pants. And I told him no and he got angry. He went back to the bedroom door and grabbed my neck and threw me against the wall,” Suchanek told DailyMail.com.

“No one came in. Then I realized I had to fight for myself again. this one time was very aggressive.’

Suchanek said she was bruised and couldn’t hear anything from her left ear two days after the brutal attack.

After she ran out of the apartment, one of the two people at the reunion followed her and called her best friend, Anthony Hauser.

Hauser also called a female superior who went to his apartment and spoke to Suchanek and persuaded her to go to a clinic and get a rape kit.

“After talking to her, I decided this was the best idea. I am so thankful she convinced me. I could not have put up with this case otherwise,” Suchanek said.

After she ran out of the apartment, one of the two people at the reunion followed her and called her best friend, Anthony Hauser (pictured).  Two weeks after she was attacked, Suchanek also lost Hauser, who she says was a crucial support in the aftermath of her traumatic experience.  He died of an overdose

After she ran out of the apartment, one of the two people at the reunion followed her and called her best friend, Anthony Hauser (pictured). Two weeks after she was attacked, Suchanek also lost Hauser, who she says was a crucial support in the aftermath of her traumatic experience. He died of an overdose

Two weeks after she was attacked, Suchanek also lost Hauser, who she says was a crucial support in the aftermath of her traumatic experience.

He died of an overdose.

“He felt enormously guilty for not being there that night. Because they couldn’t protect me and get me out of that situation. He was really struggling with it and with his divorce,” Suchanek said.

“His support of me meant more than anything in this world.”

Suchanek said she received initial support from the National Guard and was treated in Texas inpatient and outpatient facilities for three months.

However, she said she had a setback in her recovery upon her return to Florida in April.

Suchanek said she has not had any psychological treatment for two months and had to seek medicine from a civilian health care provider after she ran out of medicine and had not taken it for a week.

Suchanek said she had not received any psychological treatment for two months and had to seek medication from a civilian health care provider after running out of money and not taking it for a week

Suchanek said she had not received any psychological treatment for two months and had to seek medication from a civilian health care provider after running out of money and not taking it for a week

According to Suchanek, the Duval County Attorney's Office contacted her seven times in the past 24 hours after her video went viral.

According to Suchanek, the Duval County Attorney’s Office contacted her seven times in the past 24 hours after her video went viral.

According to Suchanek, the Duval County Attorney’s Office contacted her seven times in the past 24 hours after her video went viral.

Before that, she had been told that her only option for getting justice was to lower her attacker’s charges to a felony.

‘It was never an option before I [posted the video]† Now it is an option because they are afraid. And that’s one of the things I wanted to pressure them to do better and think twice before dismissing these cases,” Suchanek said.

“Any survivor of sexual assault who has the courage to report it deserves a day in the trial to fight for justice, despite the outcome.”

Suchanek said she is ready to fight not only to get justice for her, but also for many other victims of military and civilian attacks that have been abandoned by the justice system.

“I’m not going to stop until I see changes, even after my case is closed. I’m going to advocate for everyone who needs it,” she said.

A Florida National Guard spokesman has confirmed that Task & Purpose that Suchanek had filed the assault charges.

“The 125th Fighter Wing has provided continuous assistance, using all available resources, since being notified of the attack in October 2021,” Manely said.

“We will continue to work with the victim on all aspects of this case, including finding a compatible transfer. In order to protect the victim, the suspect was transferred to a geographically segregated unit and was given a ‘no contact’ with the victim. We will continue to monitor the progress of the suspect’s civil case.”

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