"Charles Hansen set a date to come to my home. It was mutually agreed that it was for the purpose of a sexual encounter," Jenny said. "He had worked on me in therapy and outside therapy to set me up for this. I was depressed and needy. It was the same thing I experienced with (my stepfather). There was this part of me that knew right from wrong, and part of me thought this was OK," Jenny said. "There was nothing romantic about the sex. It was very cold and mechanical."
Immediately afterward, Hansen drove off in his Mercedes. On the table, he left a partially used drug vial. Jenny was surprised--after all the buildup, after the months of heavy campaigning, the sex was "unsatisfying," she said. This is just another man who hates women, she remembered thinking.
After that evening, Hansen cut her off. He would not return calls.
"Looking back, he so pressured me, set me up and pushed this on me. After that, he dropped me like a hot potato," Jenny said. "I felt betrayed, abandoned, embarrassed and humiliated. I had been abandoned by every male in my family, and here was another major rejection.
"In my mind, he didn't do anything different than (my stepfather) had done."