Woman assaulted by group of men after being lured via dating app


It’s advertised as the place to chill, chat, and go live!

You may have never heard of the social media app Tagged, but prosecutors say a woman was assaulted by several men after being lured through the dating app.

And they are afraid there may be more victims.

Prosecutors say 21-year-old Davoncia McAfee was not on the app looking for dates or hookups–but used the social media to help kidnap and sexually assault a 19-year-old.

The victim says on Nov. 11, she agreed to meet up with McAfee, jumping into his vehicle near 58th and Hampton, soon learning they weren’t alone.

The victim says a second man hiding in the back “wrapped his arm around her face and neck…Pointed what felt like a small caliber handgun to the back of her neck…” and placed a “blindfold over her eyes.”

The men, according to the victim, led her to a nearby apartment where others were waiting.

For 5 hours, the woman says she was sexually assaulted by multiple men before finally being driven back to her car.

The victim was able to provide a name to police.

After posting the suspect’s Tagged profile picture on Facebook, a user identified him.

“Neighbors told me the police kicked in the back door the other day,” neighbor Bobby Harrington said.

Neighbors are shocked to learn this was the place of alleged horrors.

“Very surprised. Yes,” Harrington said.

Many of us did not know it existed.



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