Utah State Senator Forced to Hide in His Hotel Room After Mystery Woman Appeared at the Door

Some people are just crazy and this is another one of those stories. A random woman appeared at the hotel where Utah Senator Evan Vickers was staying as well as getting ready to leave, insisting she was his date.

He eventually locked himself in his hotel room, waiting for her to leave. He had no idea who she was or what she wanted.

As Written and Reported By Teri Webster for The Blaze:

A Utah state senator was forced to hide in his hotel room after a persistent young woman appeared at the door and insisted she was his “date.”

Republican state Sen. Evan Vickers told media he was preparing to leave his room at the Little America on Thursday night when the woman appeared, KSTU-TV reported.

What did the woman say?

“I opened the door and there was a young lady standing there and she said ‘Hi,’ and I said, ‘Hi, who are you?’ And she said, ‘I’m your date.’ I said, ‘No, you’re not.’ She said, ‘Yes, I’m your date,’” KSTU reported.

The woman refused to leave and kept repeating that she was Vickers’ date.

“She was standing in front of the elevator and I said, ‘I don’t know who you are and what you’re doing here,’ and she said, ‘No, you don’t understand. I’m your date.’ I said, ‘No I’m not and walked back into the room,’” he told KSTU.

Vickers returned to the room, locked the door, and asked a legislative colleague to escort him out of the hotel. The woman left, and he was left wondering what she was trying to accomplish.

Hotel security is reviewing security video footage and police are also investigating, the report states.

Utah Senate leaders quickly spread the word to other lawmakers, saying someone may be trying to entrap them, the TV station …..


Mystery woman appears at hotel door of Republican lawmaker in suspected entrapment attempt – TheBlaze

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