In an interview by NBC News that aired on Today on Friday, the accuser's attorney, Ari Wilkenfeld, tells the network's Stephanie Gosk that his client is afraid her identity will come out.
"She does live in constant fear that people are going to track her down and figure out who she is," Wilkenfeld explains. "There’s a hunt underway to figure out who she is, and I think that's going to have a chilling effect on other women who are going to come forward and tell their stories."
"She doesn't want to be known," he continues. "She feels terrified for herself, and she feels badly for the many other women who are suspected of being her, who are also being hounded and harassed by people who are just