Woman sexually assaulted by Stanford swimmer Brock Turner in 2015 reveals her identity


The woman who was sexually assaulted by a Stanford University swimmer in 2015 — and who later went internationally viral with an empowering anonymous statement at his sentencing — has revealed her identity with the publication of a memoir.

The New York Times reports the woman formerly known as “Emily Doe” reveals her name, Chanel Miller, in her upcoming memoir, titled Know My Name, which is scheduled for release on Sept. 24.

In a clip from an upcoming segment of 60 Minutes, Miller reads from her victim impact statement delivered in a California courtroom to her assailant, Brock Turner, who served just three months in jail in a decision that sparked outrage and led to the 2018 recall of the presiding judge in the case.

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