Bryan Kohberger in November during a hearing in Latah County District Court in Moscow, Idaho, on Thursday.Ted S. Warren/Pool via Reuters TPX Images of the Day
A 26-year-old nurse told The Daily Beast she went on a date with the Idaho-killings suspect in 2015.
Hayley Willette told The Beast she felt “uncomfortable” after he insisted on going home with her.
She said the suspect, Bryan Kohberger, complimented her “birthing hips” after the date.
A woman says she went on a Tinder date with Idaho-killings suspect in 2015 where he complimented her “birthing hips” and insisted on coming into her room.
In an interview with The Daily Beast, published Tuesday, Hayley Willette, 26, said while she was still in college, she went on a date with Bryan Kohberger — the Pennsylvania native who is accused of killing four University of Idaho students in November.
The pair had matched on Tinder and went to the movies together, she said. After Kohberger drove her back to her dorm room at Penn State Hazleton, Willette said he “started being really pushy about coming” up with her to watch another movie, The Beast reported.
When she agreed, and the two went to her room to pick out another movie, she said she started to feel uneasy.
While Kohberger “was very polite and nice” during the date, she said, he “completely changed gears” when they were in her room.
“He just seemed very different,” she told The Beast. “Definitely felt uncomfortable when he decided he needed to wait outside of the bathroom for me.”
Willette said that while in she was in the bathroom, she pretended to “loudly throw up” before Kohberger left.
“After an hour or so of him being gone, he messaged me and said I had good birthing hips and I just never messaged back,” she added.
The pair never spoke again, she said, adding that she remembered the date only after she saw his mug shot in the news recently.
“As soon as I saw his mug shot, I knew. He just has an unforgettable face,” Willette said.
Kohberger was arrested earlier this month on first-degree murder charges in the deaths of four University of Idaho students and one count of burglary.
Ethan Chapin, 20, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Kaylee Goncalves, 21, were found dead in their home nearly two months ago.
Kohberger has a history of lashing out at women, reported NBC News, and often acted “creepy” toward women and that female employees and customers in a brewery he often frequented.
According to the owner of the brewery, Jordan Serulneck, the suspect would ask women where they lived and whom they were there with, then would get angry when they did not respond.
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