Last year a Seattle man woke up from his sleep to find his 240-pound female neighbor on top of him, raping him. While historically it's been difficult for men to prove sexual violation at the hands of a woman, DNA evidence recently discovered backing up that claim.
According to The Smoking Gun, the alleged aggressor, 28-year-old Chantae Gilman, was identified after DNA evidence ran from the victims sexual assault kit revealed her identity. Chantae allegedly broke into the victims apartment and forced herself on top of the man. The victim demanded Gilman to get off of him but she repeatedly refused, allegedly pinning his hands over his head. The man was eventually able to free himself from up under the victim.
The victim told police he believed Chantae Gilman was a frequent drug user.
Gilman states that she has no memory of the incident and has been drug free for the past two months. The mother of four, who is also currently 31 weeks pregnant, has struggled with drug/drinking problems for some time. She also told police she is mentally ill.
Gilman has been charged with second-degree rape.