Young woman allegedly assaulted outside Bricktown nightclub


OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – A young woman is seeking justice after she was allegedly assaulted outside a Bricktown nightclub. 

“I just started freaking out,” Keri Booth told News 4. 

It happened Friday night in Bricktown. Booth said she and her friends were celebrating a birthday at the night club Pretty Please. 

“We were dancing on the floor and I was with a couple of my friends and there was a couple kind of behind us to the right that was dancing too. I thought maybe the girl might want to join in with us,” she said. 

Booth said she extended that invitation, but things quickly went south. 

She said the woman touched her inappropriately and sexually assaulted her. 

“She broke the straps to my top and I fell on the ground on all fours and my chest came out. I just got up and ran out of the club at that point,” Booth said. 

After that, the woman allegedly followed her outside and then assaulted her again. 

“The next thing I remember is being carried away by somebody,” she said. 

Witnesses told Booth the woman allegedly hit her on the head with a shoe several times.

When she came back to consciousness, she realized she was covered in blood. 

She said she had to have several stitches on her head. 

“I had blood, well I didn’t know what it was at the time. I just felt something running down my face, touched my head, looked at my hands and I saw blood,” she told News 4. 

According to the police report, when officers arrived, Booth was “bleeding from a gash somewhere on her head” and was “placed in an ambulance.” 

Officers couldn’t find Booth’s attacker. 

“We have a zero tolerance policy for violence of any sort,” Casi Kennedy, General Manager for Pretty Please, said. 

Kennedy told News 4 she’s been keeping in touch with Booth, checking to see how she’s doing and working with authorities. 

“I looked through the footage over and over and over again and I just didn’t see any incident happen inside. I want so badly to be able to see, you know, just these people’s faces,” Kennedy said. 

Booth feels the same way. She’s hoping somebody who might know who left her bleeding in that alley will come forward to police. 

“I’m just really sad that somebody, somebody would do something like that for no reason and I just want to know why,” Booth said. 

If you have information that could lead to an arrest, call the OCPD Crime Stoppers line at (405)-235-7300.


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