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UPDATE: Fourth Victim Recounts Her Horrifying Story

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The fourth victim of the alleged serial rapist is now on the stand testifying. She says on July 2, 2013 around midnight, she woke up to a man speaking to her. The man put his hands over her face. She says she saw a male figure and couldn't understand what he was saying because she was so tired.

She says when he put his hands over her eyes and mouth, he told her to be quiet and that he had a partner going through her house. She says he said if she cooperated, she wouldn't be harmed.

She was told to lay on her stomach with her face in the pillow. She then says she was scared to move. She says the man told her he was looking for money. Then, she says the assailant found items to tie her with and gag her. "It was terrifying. I felt completely defenseless."

She was afraid "not" to cooperate. She later says he found her brother's revolver and he was going to use it on her.

She then testified he left the room for a few minutes, but she couldn't move because she was tied up. When he came back, she says that's when the assault started to happen.

She says she heard clicking like photos being taken and that she felt violated and disgusted. She says he then told her, "Don't worry, I'll use a condom." That is when she knew he was going to rape her.

She says the man used foreign objects on her. "It's one of the most horrible things I've ever been through."

She suggested they go to the ATM to get him money, and she says the man dressed her to go. She says this is when she realized the man didn't specifically know her because he found her name from her debit card. She says she did not want to aggravate him because he had threatened to kill her.

She goes on to say she was put in the backseat on her side as he drove.

Once at the ATM, she was allowed to take the blindfold off but not look at the man. She was still tied. She got out $200 from the ATM. She says the man wasn't happy with the amount of money she gave him.

She says she was "desperate" and just wanted to get away.

She then says the man took her back to her home and raped her with objects. She says she was told if she didn't cooperate they were "going to go swimming."

After, she says the man took her downstairs and asked where the tape was. She told him and he made her rip pieces of duct tape. Then, he put tape on her face. He took her outside, she couldn't see but she says she was barefoot.

She says they got to a metal grate. She stood there for a bit and "it was creepy." Her hands and feet were no longer tied but she did have duct tape over her eyes and mouth. The attacker told her to lie down on her stomach and she moved her head to the point she touched water. She says she could smell the ditch water, and then he pushed her head under water. She said she was begging and that she wouldn't tell anyone. She says he held her head under water to the point where she was about to pass out. He repeated this several times, and she says he said "do you believe me now."

She thought she was going to drown in that ditch outside her house and all she thought about was her family. She says after he was done dunking her head under water, he told her to get in the water, and the water was up to her chin. She says he pushed her head underwater again. She says the water was cold and she felt mud and grass between her toes.

Then, they walked back to her home and the attacker told her to wash off in the shower. She says she was tied up again after the shower. She says the man covered her hands with socks because she had artificial nails. He then tied her hands and feet to the bed posts with scarves. She says he told her that he was getting bored and might kill her.

She says he put the comforter over her head and the man started to smother her several times.

She says he came back and wiped her face down what she says smelled like medical sanitizing wipes.

The man then made her go to the bathroom and clean up. She heard the door close and stood in the shower until she made sure he was gone.

She says she went to City Brew to use their phone and call 911.

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