Weymouth Police: Victim says assault story is not true

WEYMOUTH, MASS. (WHDH) - Police in Weymouth have provided an update to the report of a victim who was allegedly assaulted Wednesday night, saying her story was not true.

In a post on the department’s Facebook page, officials say the woman who called 911 Wednesday has now told police she was not in fact the victim of an assault of any kind and the story was untrue.

Officials said the woman called 911 around 8 p.m. Wednesday night.

The woman was found with duct tape on hands and feet.

Police said she was found in deep in a ravine near Route 18 and Route 3 after police used sirens and called out to her while on the phone.

According to police, she said a man gave her a ride and then dropped her off.

The woman was taken to the hospital but is physically okay.

Police said the woman was being very vague when they interviewed her for several hours.

Police said the woman told them she didn’t know the man before yesterday, but she told them she sometimes meets men through online websites.

The department’s most recent post can be viewed below:

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