But as I have said repeatedly, women live in a state of constant terror because we deal with those seemingly little things constantly throughout our ENTIRE LIVES.
And beyond that, they contribute to a culture that does not respect women as full human beings who have a right to not be assaulted.
The site reported that Olympios has retained an attorney.
Jackson has spoken out about what happened, as has show host Chris Harrison.
Though Olympios has yet to speak out publicly about the incident, Jackson gave Entertainment Tonight a very short, terse response when asked for his reaction to the mysterious chain of events."I have nothing to say," he said as he left a Starbucks in Los Angeles.
Reportedly, the men had relentlessly attacked the A-list singer, who is also an entrepreneur and voice artist, using racial, sexist and vulgar comments on her, and threatened her with rape and violence.
The issue spilled over to Facebook and elsewhere on the web, where (mostly) men passed judgments on her.