The driver, described as an Asian man in his mid 30s driving a dark red Nissan Sentra, spent the next ten minutes suggesting that Szabo provide him with oral sex or flash her breasts as payment.
The driver, whose identity remains unknown, was removed from the Uber app and can no longer drive for the ride sharing service, said Kayla Wayling, a company spokeswoman. Toronto police confirmed an investigation is ongoing.
The incident, however, is the latest in a growing of sexually fuelled encounters that have led to police investigating and laying charges on Uber drivers in the Toronto area. But the driver kept driving to her apartment.
At home, Szabo charged her phone and realized the payment had indeed gone through. After a period of reflection, she decided to go public with her story.
Siziba allegedly sexually assaulted a year-old woman while driving her from Thornhill to Toronto in the early morning. He is at least the third Toronto-area driver in little more than a year to be charged with sexual assault, while there is still a warrant out on another driver.
In April, year-old Ahmadfayim Bayat was also charged after allegedly driving a year-old woman to a Richmond Hill parking lot and sexually assaulting her.
Last year, Toronto police issued two sexual assault warrants for the arrest of two Uber drivers in the span of two weeks in September. Amritpal Singh, 24, was also charged with forcible confinement after allegedly sexually assaulting a year-old woman.
One year later, there is still a warrant out for the arrest of year-old Fareborz Karandish, who they said sexually assaulted a year-old woman after picking her up from Wellesley and Church streets. Outside of Toronto, there are more cases.
Ahmad Sohail, 29, was charged with sexual assault, sexual interference and invitation to sexual touching after allegedly forcing himself on a teenage boy in Oshawa, Ont in May Speaking out and having her story heard is what truly helped, she said. A multi-purpose skin serum from former Vancouverite Sasha Plavsic's clean beauty brand Ilia that acts as a foundation and also features a mineral sunscreen.
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