On Friday, June 17, Lea woke up alone in her bed, disoriented and terrified.
The night before, she and two close friends had gone to a bar in Montreal’s Pointe-Saint-Charles neighbourhood. She says her last memory was receiving her third drink. After that, it all went black.
She’s thankful her friends got her home safely but says she was distressed when she awoke, remembering little from the night before.
“I was distraught. I was angry, and I wanted answers,” she said.
Lea is not her real name. CBC News is protecting her identity because she fears reprisals for speaking publicly. She’s one of two women
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