Oklahoma City woman terrified following road rage incident

OKLAHOMA CITY - A woman is pressing charges against a man responsible for threatening her and assaulting her during a road rage incident.

It happened on Monday near N.W. 36th and May.

Ashlee Jackson said she's still shaking.

"I had missed the light at Villa. I went through it on accident," Jackson said. "I noticed a truck was at the intersection and he was getting ready to turn."

The driver honked at Jackson when she went through the intersection. She noticed there was no collision, so she continued on to her destination which was the Dunkin Donuts up the road.

"I noticed that he had followed me and I'm like, okay, I didn't see any malicious intent," Jackson said. "So, I'm like, oh, you're going to Dunkin Donuts, too."

However, that wasn't the case.

"Getting to that drive thru, he was like really close to my bumper. He was laying on the horn," Jackson said. "So, of course, I began to get a little confused, a little panicked."

She proceeded through the drive thru, and he followed her and then got out of his car.

"My lock wasn't working. He snatched my door open like back that far, and there's like not a lot of space, especially a man of his size," Jackson said.
"He's just saying all of these things, calling me gender slurs, calling me racial slurs. He threatened to drag me out of my car and beat me."

She said he also stuck his fist in her face.

Jackson said she stayed home from work the past few days, terrified and worried she might run into the driver again. She said she plans on pressing charges.

"I've interacted with racist people, but I've never been screamed at. I've never been called the N word with such venom to my face before. I've never been threatened," Jackson said. "I am a victim of assault, so that just takes me all the way back."

Jackson filed a police report. So far, no arrests have been made.