"On Saturday night I met up with a few friends at the Abbey in West Hollywood," the transgender SUR hostess explained. "I was coming from the @translatinacoalition fashion show. I had two glasses of wine while watching the show. I had a third at Pump and one beer at The Abbey. I started leaning on my friends as I was clearly intoxicated, feeling embarrassed for being too drunk. I decided to get my ass home so I left my friends around 12:30AM to find my Lyft."
Alone, Billie says she walked past Pump when "three men swooped up around me and begged for me to come with them. I got you baby, whatever you need I got you. Let me help you," she recalled. "One after another swirling around, grabbing, touching and yes sometimes holding me up. I kept saying, 'no I'm good no I have a boy friend.' They were so aggressive and not taking no for an answer."
"My adrenaline kicked in, sobering me up," she went on. "I forced myself away, walking past TomTom, calling my Lyft. I was shaking and embarrassed that I was intoxicated and so vulnerable."
Finally, Billie says she saw a car pull up. She assumed it was her Lyft.
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"The driver looked like the driver on my Lyft app," she explained. "As I got in, I left my door open asking the driver who he was picking up and he said just get in. I asked for Billie? He said yes, yes close the door," she recalled, explaining that "this did not feel right so I asked for him to show me his phone and he said close the door I'll take you home don't worry."
"I immediately got out of his car and found my driver behind us," she said. "Once I got into my Lyft and verified the driver I burst into tears. These men were not out drinking and having a good time, these men were professionals and they were there to lure me to a second location."
Billie says she called 9-1-1 as soon as she got home but did not receive much help. "The operator was annoyed stating it wasn't an emergency but I felt otherwise," she wrote. "If I was just a little more intoxicated would I have made it home safe? Who is next? These men are standing outside our bars praying on vulnerable women. Where are the police? What is the @wehocity doing to protect us?"
The reality star and activist ended her lengthy note by begging women to be alert and not travel alone late at night whenever possible.
"Sex trafficking is now an epidemic in our country and around the world," she wrote. "It's happening right outside our local bars. I beg you ladies reading this to be alert, never leave a bar alone even if you are embarrassed or ashamed of being Intoxicated."