The woman who claims she was assaulted by superhero superhero Wonder Woman has shared an awkward video on social media.
In the video, titled “You can’t take my body back,” the woman claims that the alleged assault occurred while she was wearing Wonder Woman’s iconic outfit.
“It’s like a little dress,” the video begins.
“It’s kind of like a dress but it’s not a costume.
It’s just an outfit, and it’s like, ‘You can take it back.'”
The woman, who identified herself as Jennifer, says she was working at the Wonder Woman store in Manhattan, New York, in 2016 when she alleges the man walked up to her and touched her on the shoulder and chest.
“He took my shirt off and I said, ‘What are you doing?’
I was like, OK, he’s touching me on the chest and I’m like, you know, this is just not fair. “
And I said ‘Well, I like you.'”
“I was like, OK, he’s touching me on the chest and I’m like, you know, this is just not fair.
So I told him I don’t think he was going to hurt me, and I told the guy to leave me alone,” the unnamed woman continues.
The woman says the man then walked away.
“I don’t want this to be a big deal to everybody, but it was,” she tells the man.
“I didn’t want anybody to know.”
Jennifer says she then confronted the man in the parking lot.
“When I got to him, I’m not even sure I was ready for it, because I’m scared of him.
He was like ‘I know who you are, and if you ever hurt me again, I’ll beat you to death,'” she says in the video.”
And I was like no.
I’m going to fight back,” she adds.
“Like I was going, ‘Oh my God.
It was just an accident.'”
The alleged assault was caught on video, and Jennifer says the assailant was not wearing a mask or gloves when he was caught.
She says she left the store, but was later able to locate the alleged perpetrator, who told her he was a “hero.”
The woman has also come forward with her own account of the alleged incident, in which she claims she suffered a concussion and lost an arm, and she says the alleged assailant left her a note that said “I love you.”
“It was just a big surprise,” she told ABC News.
“That’s the hardest thing I’ve ever had to deal with in my entire life.”ABC News reached out to Jennifer for comment, but has not yet received a response.
In a statement to TheWrap, a spokesperson for the company confirmed the video has been taken down.
“As previously stated, the woman in the above video was not working at a Wonder Woman location at the time of the incident.
The woman has been removed from the store,” the spokesperson wrote.