A man in Georgia charged for beating a woman was finally arrested on Tuesday, after he was searched for 6-days.
According to the WXIA, the 33-years-old Benjamin Fancher was awaiting extradition to Atlanta where he is charged for aggravated assault, kidnapping, and false imprisonment. Last Wednesday, Fancher attacked Brittany Correri in Atlanta. The duo met on a dating website called Hinge.
Correri shared the pics of her injury on Instagram where she revealed that her first date with Fancher was about to end normal, but when they went out of the restaurant, Fancher started hitting and punching her without any reason.
Correri said in her Instagram post that, “Please read what I am about to share with you all. I am not posting this for sympathy or attention. If anything this is embarrassing to share with the world however I need for other women to understand the true dangers of online dating.
On Wednesday night I decided to go on my first online date from an app called @hinge @justinpmcleod ?? Hinge CEO
The night was going normal, having fun until we left our last spot for the night. As soon as we left with no warning he started beating/punching me in my head and face. If I would try to leave the car he would pull me back in by my hair or the hood on my hoodie.
The more I would cry, try to defend myself, plead with him to let me go the more he would beat my entire body.
After hours of being driven around, beaten and held against my will he drew his gun on me and told me that he was going to kill me.
At this point I truly thought my life was over. He decided to drag me yet again from the car and by the grace of God there happened to be security @indiangyrl82 on the street and I truly believe she saved MY LIFE.
I share all of this to say that we all hear about these stories never thinking it will happen to us. Please ladies be vigilant. Always tell someone where you are going, who you are going with and have a checking in game plan with someone.
I am very thankful for my family and friends. I am thankful to be alive. This could have ended so much worse.
According to WXIA, Fancher will be taken to Atlanta in the upcoming week, after waiving his extradition.