A woman on TikTok revealed cringeworthy details about a dating app rendezvous she claims she had with University of Idaho murders suspect Bryan Kohberger years ago.
“My interactions with Bryan were very brief,” Hayley Willette said in a series of videos the shared to the social media platform. “I don’t know much about him. My total interactions with him were like 24 hours. We matched on Tinder. We talked for a couple hours, and then he was like, ‘Hey, you want to go to the movies with me tonight?’ And I was like, ‘Sure.’ So we went to the movies.”
That was about seven years ago, she said, and shortly after the date she ended contact and has since gotten married.
She claimed to have gone on a movie date with Kohberger a few hours after she matched with him, and that he subsequently invited himself inside her apartment.
It was awkward, although she said she did not feel threatened by him. She claimed she eventually went into the bathroom and pretended to vomit to get him to leave.
“He kept trying to touch me, not like, inappropriately, just like trying to tickle me and like, rub my shoulders and stuff,” she says. “And I was like, ‘Why are you touching me?’ Or, ‘What are you doing?’ And he would just like, get super serious.”
He denied it, she claimed.
“Kind of like trying to gaslight me into thinking that he didn’t touch me, which was weird,” she said.
At that point, she said she pretended to be feeling sick and went into the bathroom, while he waited outside the door.
“I proceeded to pretend to throw up to get him to leave,” she said. “It wasn’t because I was scared of him or like, thought he would hurt me if I asked him to leave – it was just mostly because I’m socially awkward and didn’t know how to ask him to leave.”
After that, he appears to have given up, according to her story.
“He ended up messaging me on Tinder that he was going to go, and I was like, ‘Awesome, my plan worked,'” she continued.
About an hour later, she claims, he texted her, telling her she had “good birthing hips.”
She did not respond to requests for comment from Fox News Digital.
That was the end of their communication, she said.
Police arrested Kohberger on Dec. 30, 2022, in connection with the stabbing deaths of four University of Idaho students whom he allegedly attacked in the early morning hours of Nov. 13.
The ambush killed 21-year-olds Kaylee Goncalves and Madison Mogen and 20-year-olds Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin.
The first three lived together in a six-bedroom rental home just steps away from the University of Idaho campus. Chapin, Kernodle’s boyfriend, lived about 200 yards away and was spending the night over.
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Kohberger, who was studying for a Ph.D. at Washington State University at the time of the crimes, is being held without bail in Latah County, Idaho, on four counts of first-degree murder and a charge of burglary with entering the house with the intent to kill.
He’s due back in court at the end of June, when his defense is expected to challenge the evidence police used to obtain a warrant for his arrest.
A surviving housemate, identified in court documents as DM, could be called to the stand to testify.
Kohberger had allegedly been stalking the King Road home for weeks, according to a probable cause affidavit.