Victim in domestic violence case involving BJ Whitmer speaks publicly

WARNING: This article contains descriptions of domestic violence.

The woman who alleges she was attacked by B.J. Whitmer has come forward to reveal her identity.

Jamie Hawn of Northern Kentucky spoke with WXIX (FOX 19)  about the alleged attack that occurred last June and resulted in Whitmer’s arrest and firing by AEW in his role as a producer.

Whitmer was held for eight days and released on a $25,000 bond.

From Hawn:

He approached me and began strangling me and threatened my life.

It’s physically altering when you’re having to make sure that your voice is being heard and if you don’t attend (court) and you put yourself in this vulnerable environment, it’s very possible that things won’t get mentioned to get that justice.

Last June, the incident report stated that officers detected red marks and bruising on Hawn’s neck. Hawn spoke under the condition of anonymity to FOX 19 in June and alleged that Whiter threatened to kill her while attacking her.

Hawn voiced her frustration regarding the ongoing case and having her character called into question to prove what she is alleging.

Whitmer appeared in court this past week and is scheduled for a pre-trial appearance on January 3 where he faces charges of burglary and strangulation.

In the interview with FOX 19, Hawn said she wanted to share resources for other survivors of domestic abuse including:

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