When a homeless man poured a bucket of diarrhea over a woman's head in Los Angeles County, CA

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Los Angeles County is a place that never ceases to surprise with its diversity, food, beaches, mountains, and many other attractions. You can always expect the unexpected in your daily life, and something similar happened to a woman near the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2019, traumatizing her for the rest of her life.

According to NBC, a woman called Heidi Van Tassel was near the Hollywood Walk of Fame when a homeless guy named Jere Blessings ran at her, dragged her out of her car, and poured a bucket of diarrhea on her head.

Heidi Van Tassel was preparing to drive home from a Thai restaurant near the popular tourist area when the alleged assailant, Jere Blessings, pulled her out of her vehicle, dragged her into the middle of the street, and poured a bucket of feces over her head.

“It was diarrhea. Hot liquid, I was soaked, and it was coming off my eyelashes and into my eyes, It’s so traumatic, The PTSD that I’m dealing with is beyond anything that I’ve ever felt. There needs to be some kind of help for the victims of these crimes ”

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The attacker, identified as Jere Blessings in court records, was charged with battery and brought to jail. The attacker, identified as Jere Blessings in court records, was described as a transient with "schizophrenia and psychotic problems," and was charged with battery and brought to jail.

"He doesn't need jail time. He needs mental health care, I have empathy for him. Because he needs help." said Van

Van Tassel also mentioned that Paramedics told her that the man had been saving it for at least a month before pouring it all over her.

"Paramedics who came to treat me said there was so much of it on me, that it looked like the man was saving it up for a month." said Van Tassel.

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References: NBC Los Angeles

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