16-year-old Girl Drugged, Raped on Snapchat; Perpetrators Send Video to Girl’s Friend


Two Massachusetts residents, a man and a woman, were convicted this week of raping an intoxicated 16-year-old girl behind an elementary school.

Essex Superior Court found Rashad Deihim, 21, and Kailyn “KK” Bonia, 20, guilty of rape, indecent assault and battery and kidnapping in the September 2014 attack in Saugus, Mass.

A third suspect, Timothy Cyckowski, recorded the rape on Snapchat while allegedly laughing, according to WFXT-TV. Cyckowski sent the videos to the victim’s friend, Sydnee Enos.

Enos said she watched her friend naked, trying to escape abuse.

The victim told the court, “I remember saying like ‘stop, I don’t understand what’s going on,’” CBS Boston reported.

When police found the victim, who was incapacitated because of alcohol and drugs, she was “literally within hours of dying,” The Boston Globe reported.

The girl’s mother said Enos, who received the videos, and her family saved her daughter’s life. Enos’ father contacted police, who found the victim.

SOURCE: Ashley May