Former escort Samantha X says prostitution is no more dangerous than driving for Uber Eats – after sex worker, 24, was reportedly murdered by Sydney knifeman
- Samantha X puts an end to the sensation of the profession of a sex worker who died
- Michaela Dunn, 24, reportedly stabbed to death by Mert Ney, 20, in the Sydney unit
- Samantha X questioned the relevance of Mrs Dunn's profession in her tragic death
Former escort Samantha X (photo) says that sex work is no more dangerous than being a Uber driver who eats
Former escort Samantha X stabbed the sensational nature of the profession of a young sex worker overthrowed by a man before stopping the CBD of Sydney.
Michaela Dunn, 24, was found dead with her throat cut in an apartment in Sydney on Tuesday afternoon, just over an hour after Mert Ney, 20, reportedly caused chaos in the CBD for six minutes.
In a sincere opinion piece for whim.com.au, Samantha, who was once the highest paid sex worker in Australia, doubted the relevance of Mrs Dunn's profession in her tragic death.
& # 39; Sex work can be dangerous. That could also be a Uber Eats driver, & she wrote.
& # 39; I have had many more frightening experiences with men I meet in my personal life than as an escort. & # 39;
Sex worker Michaela Dunn was found dead Tuesday afternoon in an apartment in Sydney
It is claimed that Mert Ney, 20, (shown in the police van after his arrest) stabbed Mrs. Dunn to death before allegedly causing chaos in the streets of Sydney
She added that the opinion piece was not about her, but about the young beautiful woman who was someone's daughter, sister, and friend whose life was cruelly broken down.
& # 39; A woman who was in the wrong place with the wrong person at the wrong time, regardless of her age, gender, skin color and job. This is for her, & she finished the piece.
Samantha X also went to Instagram with an emotional tribute to Mrs. Dunn.
Michaela Dunn, 24, is remembered as a beautiful woman whose life was broken
& # 39; She was not a public sex worker in her life, nor should she be in her death, & # 39; she placed.
& # 39; Our community has lost a dear friend; a beautiful strong and courageous young woman who was murdered this week in the prime of her life by a crazy madman in CBD of Sydney.
& # 39; She did the work she was all entitled to and had the right to feel safe. She was someone's daughter, sister, and friend to many. We will never forget her. & # 39;
Another sex worker, Jessie Lee Pierce, offered a different perspective and said: & # 39; Murder is part of our job & # 39 ;.
Jessie Lee Pierce (photo), a sex worker, said the fear of being killed is part of the job
& # 39; I am not shocked (Mrs Dunn's death), but it saddens me because I think violence and murder are part of our work, & # 39; she said news.com.au.
& # 39; Unfortunately, I think that the stigma attached to our profession means that many men are considered second-class people.
& # 39; That leads to a lack of respect and leads some men to believe that they can do what they want with us. & # 39;
& # 39; I have had many more frightening experiences with men I meet in my personal life than as an escort & # 39 ;, Samantha X wrote (photo)
The former escort went to Instagram on Wednesday to pay tribute to the young victim
The largest sex workers organization in Australia and a community of NSW sex workers said in a joint statement that they & # 39; destroyed & # 39; by the alleged & # 39; random and meaningless acts of violence & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Michaela Dunn was a woman, a member of the community and a whole person who will be missed and mourning, & quot; said Scarlet Alliance, Australian Sex Workers Association and NSW Sex Workers Outreach Project.
We We currently offer the victim's family our deepest and most sincere condolences. Our collective hearts are heavy. & # 39;
Heartbreaking post made after the siege of the Lindt Cafe by a woman, 24, who cut her & # 39; throat in knife knife rampage & # 39;
Mrs. Dunn visited the & # 39; flower field & # 39; after the siege of Sydney and shared a photo of the improvised memorial to Instagram. & # 39; I pray that we will never have to see anything like that happen again & # 39 ;, she wrote at the time
The 24-year-old alleged victim of the Sydney knife attack shared a heartbreaking photo of the flower tribute after the Sydney siege in 2014.
Michaela Dunn was found dead Tuesday at 15.15 in the apartment on Clarence Street, just over an hour after Mert Ney (21) reportedly caused six minutes of chaos in the CBD.
Almost five years earlier, the city was faced with a similar danger when shooter Man Haron Monis held 18 people hostage at Lindt Cafe in Martin Place.
The 16-hour stalemate in December 2014 ended with the death of employee Tori Johnson and customer Katrina Dawson.
The people of Sydney were united in grief after the tragedy and began to place flower bouquets on Martin Place.
Mrs. Dunn visited the & # 39; flower field & # 39; after the siege and shared a photo of the improvised memorial to Instagram.
& # 39; Every time I see this, I see this sea of flowers, it gives me goosebumps, "she wrote.
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