Ayanna Jackson speaks on camera for the first time.
After two decades, the controversial rape case that sent Tupac behind bars still remains a topic at large. A new video via VladTV has just hit the web that sees the victim of Tupac's sexual assault speaking on camera for the first time.
"I like you so much I decided to share you with them," Ayanna Jackson says at the beginning of the video below, explaining the night she spent with Tupac and how it turned into a nightmare. She further details how Tupac had a hold of her hair when she was trying to explain to him that she didn't want to do sexual acts with his friends involved.
Ayanna tells the publication that she was wearing pantyhose and "remembers them being ripped off" along with her dress, all while she was still sitting on top of Tupac.
"I'm still there looking at his face while all this is actually happening," she says. "I'm not going to say I had sex with him, I was raped by him that night because it wasn't consensual at that point when everyone was in the room and they were tearing off my clothes."
Tupac was convicted of first-degree sexual assault and only spent 9 months in jail even though he was sentenced to 1.5 to 4.5 years.