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HOLLA ON THE GO: “I am harassed by my ex-coworker…”

I am harassed by my ex-coworker and ex-employer every day since September 2017. I changed states, city, phone numbers and emails. The hacked into my computer through the internet carrier. They contact every job I have and tell lies about me. They are paying people in my area to follow me everywhere I go. The … Continued

HOLLA ON THE GO: “Ponytail grabber”

I was crossing the street when a well-dressed man in his 30s pulled my ponytail from behind and yanked my head back while he yelled: “don’t you pull that on me”. Came out of nowhere and stormed off. Then I saw him following me a block later before I could step into a store and … Continued

HOLLA ON THE GO: “Got followed…”

Got followed and cornered by two men in their 50s. I was walking the dog, and they followed me to the corner next to the coffee shop where my partner was inside getting coffees. Kept asking where my “husband” was and stood closer and closer until I was against the wall. Kept asking where I … Continued

HOLLA ON THE GO: “I was walking…”

I was walking towards the supermarket and I noticed this girl behind me. She continued walking behind me for two blocks till I got to the supermarket. Before I walked in, she grabbed my butt and said “nice ass” then walked away. I kind of tensed up as I didn’t know how to react, this … Continued

HOLLA ON THE GO: “Walking two blocks…”

Walking the two blocks from the subway back to my apartment at about 10pm, crossing the intersection with maybe 15 other people. [There was a] man standing in the middle of the crosswalk, raked his eyes over me, practically drooling and said, “You look so pretty with your hair to the side.” [I] think he would’ve … Continued

HOLLA ON THE GO: “As I walked down a crowded…”

As I walked down a crowded street in Jackson Heights in Queens, N.Y. A guy sitting on a bench started calling me names and talking to me in spanish calling me names like “mamita” and making sexual references. I took a moment and attempted to continue my walk without paying attention to him, though the … Continued