July 4, 2015 American tourist Jacob Lopez Claims Transwoman Madrid airbnb assault American tourist Jacob Lopez claims that he was locked in by his host who was born man but lives as woman and forced into sexual acts. He called his mother who was unable to contact police or get an address from airbnb. The host says it was consensual and Lopez is obviously transphobic. tags: LGBT Incident airbnb terror
July 4, 2015 One woman said her son was sexually assaulted by an Airbnb host in Madrid in 2015. Airbnb Horror Story Points to Need for Precautions New York Times AUG. 14, 2015 July 4, Micaela Giles’s mobile phone started sounding alerts.. Airbnb host in Madrid had locked him in the fourth-floor apartment where he was supposed to be staying and removed the key. The host was still there, he said, rattling knives around in the kitchen drawer and pressing him to submit to a sexual act host, who was born male but is living as a woman, denied Mr. Lopez’s accusations. She denied threatening him and said that the sex act was consensual and that he is transphobic. American tourist Jacob Lopez claims transexual Airbnb host in Madrid ... daily mail Aug 15, 2015 - American tourist claims he was held captive and sexually assaulted by his transexual Airbnb host in Spain Jacob Lopez, 19, claims the assault happened on July 4 in Madrid, Spain He was being hosted by someone who was born male but lives as a female Claims host pressured him to engage in a sexual act or face consequences Believed host had a weapon so Lopez 'chose not to try to fight his way out' Host claimed what happened was consensual and Lopez is transphobic His mother was unable to get address from Airbnb or contact the police tourist claims he was held captive and sexually assaulted by his transexual Airbnb host in Spain. ... An American from Massachusetts has claimed he was sexually assaulted by his transexual Airbnb host during a trip to Spain and locked up inside of the host's fourth-floor ..Man says Airbnb host sexually assaulted him as mom tried to protect him Boston Globe Aug 15, 2015 - When Jacob Lopez was booking his trip to Madrid on Airbnb, he read the hosts' reviews and picked one with a solid reputation. He hadn't read anything about knives, threats, locked doors, or sexual assault, but that's the horror that defined his stay, he says. In a New York Times column, Ron Lieber shares ..