Vanderpump Rules Alum Billie Lee Shares Scary Experience Of Possibly Being Targeted For Sex Trafficking Near Lisa Vanderpump's Restaurant!
Recently, women have been assaulted, sex trafficked, and sometimes murdered by making the mistake of simply getting in the wrong car. Vanderpump Rules alum Billie Lee took to Instagram to share her story of a scary experience that she had.
The reality star was out on the town with friends over the weekend where she was drinking. She decided to take a Lyft home when things went awry.
Billie explained to followers that three shady men surrounded her and tried to persuade her to come with them in front of Lisa Vanderpump's Pump restaurant in West Hollywood.
She managed to get away from the men but got into the wrong car with an even shadier man who claimed to be her driver. Lee believed that all of these men could have possibly been running an operation that targets women.
She posted a message on her profile that stated she would be her own hero with a post that read, in part: 'I was walking past Pump when three men swooped up around me and begged for me to come with them. I got you baby, whatever you need I got you. Let me help you. One after another swirling around, grabbing, touching and yes sometimes holding me up. I kept saying, “no I’m good no I have a boy friend.” They were so aggressive and not taking no for an answer. My adrenaline kicked in, sobering me up. I forced myself away, walking past TomTom, calling my Lyft. I was shaking and embarrassed that I was intoxicated and so vulnerable. I finally saw a car pull up and the driver looked like the driver on my Lyft app. As I got in, I left my door open asking the driver who he was picking up and he said just get in. I asked for Billie? He said yes, yes close the door. This did not feel right so I asked for him to show me his phone and he said close the door I’ll take you home don’t worry. I immediately got out of his car and found my driver behind us.'
The LGBT activist went on to say that she started crying after she got in the right car and called the local police station who didn't seem to want to help.
Billie wanted to share her story to warn other women to be extremely alert at all times -- especially when intoxicated.