Williams Uber Driver Biography
Sean Williams, 32 Years Black Man of Brooklyn, New York Uber driver was arraigned for picking up a 15-year-old girl at a Sweet 16 party and allegedly attempting to kidnap and sexually assault her, instead of dropping her off at her home.
Sean Williams Uber Driver Age
Sean Williams Uber Driver Age is 32 Year old.
Sean Williams Uber Driver Planned for Sexually Asult
Authorities on Long Island say 32-year-old Sean Williams allegedly abducted a 15-year-old girl, who was a passenger in his car https://t.co/4b5wIsJZyd
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Prosecutors alleged that Sean Williams Uber Driver had picked up the 15-year-old girl, who is not being named, from a home in Atlantic Beach, New York, at about 11.15pm on July 12. IN New York Sean Williams Uber driver ‘picked up girl, 15, from a Sweet 16 birthday party, kidnapped and planned to sexually assault her at his home’ before she managed to escape by pretending she needed to use a McDonald’s restroom
How the Girl Fled away from Sean William
Prosecutors said that once she was at his home, Williams – who has a four-year-old daughter – intended to sexually assault the girl.
@Uber_Support , How are you guys going to charge me an cancellation fee when your driver never picked me up? It shows in the first photo she claimed to pick me up while the second and third photo show I was still in the same location while she proceeded with the trip? #Trash pic.twitter.com/URfUMXQwO7
— Dwight Williams (@DWJR_) August 19, 2019
Authorities said that while she was in Williams’ car, she told him that she was only 15 years old and repeatedly asked him to drive her home.
When they finally reached Brooklyn, the teen was able to convince Williams to let her out of the car so she could use the bathroom, at which point she ran into a McDonald’s and called the police, according to authorities.
Police investigation Crime Scene
Investigators say Williams was supposed to take the teen from Long Beach to Merrick on July 12, but instead drove her to Brooklyn.
Williams was allegedly trying to convince her to come back to his home where he planned to sexually assault her.
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Williams was arrested outside his home on July 16 after an investigation.
Nassau District Attorney Madeline Singas said in a statement that ‘The family of a 15-year old girl relied on a car service to get their daughter home safely’ and then the teen was ‘terrorized by the defendant’s alleged behavior and bravely took action to contact the police and free herself.’
Williams’ lawyer, Steven Gaitman, said that Williams denies the charges and is ‘distraught’ by the allegations against him.
Gaitman told ABC News that he believes ‘there’s another side of the story.’
The girl ‘had her cell phone the entire time — there was ample opportunity, whether it be traffic lights, stop signs, to have either rolled down the window, gotten out of the vehicle.’
Gaitman added that Williams stopped at the nearest available bathroom as soon as she said that she had to use the facilities and that he didn’t ‘think this lends itself to a kidnapping.’
Gaitman did not, however, comment on why Williams allegedly drove the girl in the opposite direction of her home.
Uber said in a statement Thursday that the allegations against Williams are ‘deeply alarming and the driver’s access to the app has been removed. We stand ready to cooperate with law enforcement.’
Williams is free on a $150,000 bond. He is expected to be back in court in September.
Sean Williams Uber Arrest And Charged
On July 12, Williams allegedly picked up the 15-year-old girl from a party in Atlantic Beach, New York, to take her about 16 miles away to Merrick, according to the district attorney’s office,
But Williams allegedly canceled the route and tried to convince the girl to go drinking with him, prosecutors said. He also allegedly wanted her to go to his home in Brooklyn — the opposite direction from Merrick — “where he intended to sexually assault her,” prosecutors said.
The teen told Williams her age and repeatedly asked that he take her home, prosecutors said, but Williams allegedly kept driving west, in the wrong direction.
Once they reached Brooklyn the teen told the driver she needed a bathroom, and when he pulled over, she ran into a McDonald’s to call the police, prosecutors said.
Williams allegedly followed her into the McDonald’s but fled before police arrived, prosecutors said.
Fast Facts You Must Need To Know
- Sean Williams, 32, faces multiple charges including felony kidnapping
- The Uber driver allegedly picked up the girl, 15, from a Sweet 16 party on July 12
- He was supposed to drive her home, but authorities said he kidnapped her
- He allegedly planned to take her to his home and then sexually assault her
- The girl managed to escape by saying that she had to go to the bathroom
- When Williams allegedly stopped at a McDonald’s, she called police
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