EXCLUSIVE: Woman Assaulted by Trans-Identified Male Rapper Who Was Featured On “Euphoria” Soundtrack, Police Yet to Make Arrest

EXCLUSIVE: Woman Assaulted by Trans-Identified Male Rapper Who Was Featured On "Euphoria" Soundtrack, Police Yet to Make Arrest

A female in New York Metropolis has been left with brutal accidents just after she suggests she was assaulted by a trans-identified male rapper. Talking to Reduxx, Aspen Burrell claims that law enforcement have failed to arrest her assailant, Quayana “Quay” Sprint, and that she is now dwelling in continuous fear for her daily life thanks to the actuality that Sprint lives following door to her.

Burrell’s ordeal started a few weeks in the past, when she was a witness to an altercation between Dash and his woman roommate. Hearing cries for help echo from the setting up upcoming door, Burrell and a close friend rushed out onto the sidewalk to see exactly where the sounds was coming from. Outside the house, they discovered one more woman in distress. The girl described that her roommate, Quayana Dash, experienced assaulted her and locked her out of her apartment.

Burrell and her friend waiting with the woman until finally police arrived, eventually arresting Dash. He was launched shortly just after.

But on the evening of March 16, at close to 7 p.m., Burrell was strolling property with groceries and approaching her residence when she heard an eerie “whistling” seem.

“It sounded like anyone was taunting me,” Burrell told Reduxx. When she turned about, she noticed Sprint staring at her maniacally. Feeling uncomfortable, Burrell questioned if he was ok, at which point, she claims, “something snapped” in him.

He termed her a “bitch” and commenced threatening to assault her. Dash then began accusing Burrell of owning called the police on him throughout his altercation with his roommate, which Burrell denied.

Burrell claims Sprint commenced screaming “I’ll defeat the fuck out of you! You known as the cops on me.” She refuted his claims, telling him she hadn’t known as the police, but believed the female he experienced attacked had performed so.

Abruptly, Burrell states Sprint started hitting her, dragging her by the hair, and pulling her down to the ground.

“I just remember attempting to fend for myself,” she claims. “I did not even know what had transpired.”

In addition to numerous abrasions and lacerations, Burrell was also hurt when Dash bit her on her backside, leaving a deep, enamel-indented wound in her flesh. Burrell supplied Reduxx with a copy of her healthcare documents, showing she was taken care of for numerous really serious accidents on her confront, hand, thigh, and neck.

She was also administered vaccines towards diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis.

Having received several phone calls from inhabitants in the neighborhood, law enforcement swiftly arrived on the scene. Nevertheless, legislation enforcement did not make an try to arrest Sprint, and alternatively instructed Burrell to keep in her household in order to steer clear of him.

A person officer handed her his business enterprise card and explained to her to call him ought to Sprint attempt to intimidate or harass her, and promised he would come to her help “immediately.”

The following working day, at 5 p.m. on March 17, she observed Dash in the park across the street from her window, “waving and yelling” at her and nodding his head “in a devious and sinister way.” Additionally, Burrell was advised by neighbors that he had been standing outdoors her doorway the evening before, shouting, “Come out, bitch!”

Frightened, Burrell termed the law enforcement, but law enforcement did not get there at her home for one more hour and a fifty percent, even although she designed a few phone calls in just that period of time inquiring as to when the officers would occur to her property.

“I also known as my detective, and he hung up on me,” Burrell mentioned. She then individually visited the police precinct and spoke with a supervisor. “They have been really dismissive, incredibly impolite, and didn’t treatment to listen to my tale in whole, fundamentally telling me there is nothing they can do,” she included. “Why is it that this is an open situation, but this isn’t a precedence for the detective to be inquiring me queries?”

Burrell included that she was “disheartened and disappointed” since the only recommendation she experienced been presented by law enforcement was to keep inside of her property and not depart.

“I want to go to the store to get foodstuff, and I can’t do those people matters for the reason that I am fearful for my lifestyle, for the reason that anyone essentially wishes to kill me,” she claims.

On March 18, Burrell was explained to to return to the precinct in get to recognize Sprint from a lineup picture. She asked for a law enforcement escort, and was told to wait for approval. As the day passed, Burrell attempted to contact the officer managing her situation, Detective Tyrone Woodson, but he did not remedy. At 5 p.m., she sent an electronic mail inquiring for an update, and was despatched the photograph, enabling her to identify her attacker to law enforcement.

Reduxx has reviewed an email communication between Burrell and the detective managing her case in which she was informed that officers “can’t actively go after” Dash, but fairly that they anticipate her to make a report if he threatens her again.

“If you see this specific, you are to move forward just like you did ahead of,” wrote the detective. “When you get in touch with 911 you let them know that you have an energetic assault scenario versus the matter, and he is wanted. The officers will come to your locale. Make absolutely sure you permit them know you are in concern of what this specific would do to you simply because he is aware of where by you are living. They ought to be there in sufficient time to apprehend them.”

Messages despatched from Aspen Burrell to NYPD

Burrell was disappointed, responding: “So youre not going to get a warrant for their arrest? Im making an attempt to push costs. I am trapped in my household right until I have to operate into them once more? This is unwell.”

In response, the detective wrote that the case would be issued an “investigation card,” which is related to a warrant.

“The only change is that our warrants groups can’t actively go just after them. This is not a Felony so they will not be included. But after they are arrested you will be offered an Purchase Of Safety and you will be capable to push rates on the specific,” wrote the detective.

“Who is dependable for arresting them? I am not likely to be sitting at my window ready for them to come exterior with a weapon this time. You require to phone me so I can immediately speak with you,” Burrell claimed.

“Im super perplexed as to how, who, when and where by is intended to be shielding me correct now. Another person is hoping to get rid of me and threatened my daily life. On major of that they are mentally sick and can climb up my fire escape. What peace of brain are you offering me?” she asked. “I want them arrested, sir, I shouldnt have to do what you men really should be accomplishing and thats apprehend this man or woman. How in reality am I supposed to determine them and then set myself in risk yet again to be strike and likely killed?”

Burrell has introduced a GoFundMe, in search of the economical suggests to use an legal professional to help her get hold of a restraining buy against Dash and navigate her interactions with NYPD, and so that she can depart the community as shortly as she can.

“If this particular person does get arrested, they’re most possible to be returned again property inside two days to two months. So I have to get out of my residence now,” she said. “I want that income to go to new housing quickly on best of the healthcare costs and the attorney expenses.”

Burrell says Sprint has a historical past of assaulting women of all ages, but any felony document he could have appears to have been obfuscated by his id improve.

Dash has been included in hip-hop and rap for a quantity of yrs, and briefly moved to the United Kingdom to release an EP by means of Perth Records in 2017 titled “Transphobic.”

The include of Dash’s 2017 EP “Transphobic.”

The album was positively profiled by The Guardian, with Sprint currently being presented as a battling “black trans woman” who feared for his daily life when dwelling in the United States.

“When Im in The united states, I just experience like the transphobia is authentic the homophobia is true every little thing is just like real. Its so anti I seriously cant with America,” Sprint mentioned all through the job interview.

In Oct of 2017, Sprint launched a one titled “Queen Of This Shit.” The track skyrocketed in popularity, later getting highlighted on the soundtrack for HBO’s hit exhibit, Euphoria.

Reduxx has attained out to the NYPD Push Desk and Detective Woodson for additional information on what NYPD is doing to secure Burrell, but did not hear back again in time for this publication. The report may perhaps be up to date in the function a response is acquired.

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Genevieve Gluck

Genevieve is the Co-Founder of Reduxx, and the outlet’s Chief Investigative Journalist with a concentrated desire in pornography, sexual predators, and fetish subcultures. She is the creator of the podcast Women’s Voices, which features information commentary and interviews with regards to women’s rights.