Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace is appealing for witnesses after she was "punched repeatedly" by a man in the back of a car in an "horrific" attack.
The former "Big Brother" star was left in "a lot of pain" after she was "battered" in a car on Friday night (08.12.17) following an evening out with her pals when a friend of a friend agreed to give her a lift back to north London, even though she claims he "didn't really want to."
She told The Sun Online: "I got into the back of this car that only had two doors - so I was stuck behind the guy that started hitting me.
"He moved his chair back and told me to move. So I moved, then he said, "Move you f***ing s**g", so I told him to "f**k off", then he turned around, undid his seatbelt and started battering me. It was horrific.
"My head is in a lot of pain, I have bumps in my hair, but I'm so lucky that I don't have a mark on my face, he was punching me repeatedly."
The 38-year-old star claims one of the alleged attacker's pals started encouraging him to strike her, and she later thought the police were coming to save her when she heard sirens but they didn't stop.
She said: "There were four men in the car, I was in the back, when the attack happened. There was only one guy trying to help me, one of the other guys was saying, "Hit her, go on, hit her, let him hit her", which made it even more scary.
"So the driver pulled over and they all got out the car, they were shouting at me to get out the car, but I couldn't, I was crying, I was saying, I need my phone.
"I think I was scared to get out the car. Then I heard police cars coming and I thought, "Thank god." I thought they were going to stop for me, but they didn't."
Aisleyne was too terrified to report the incident to the police over the weekend, but plans to do so today (11.12.17) following the "disgusting" incident.
She added: "On Saturday I was too scared and shaken up to do anything, but tomorrow I'm going to go to the police.
"I don't want a man to think he can beat a woman and just get away with it, it's not right, it's disgusting, it's wrong."