Female New Jersey Inmate Alleges Brutal Beating by Transgender

Shakira Reed, who is an inmate at New Jersey’s Edna Mahan Correctional Facility for Women (EMCF), alleges she was battered by a male transfer after she repeatedly refused his sexual advances.

Speaking with Reduxx, inmate Shakira Reed described how she was assaulted by Jermaine Gibson, who identifies as transgender and uses the name Cyntara, after repeated instances of sexual harassment.

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The horrific incident is said to have taken place on April 17, when Gibson was witnessed repeatedly punching Reed in the head.

According to witnesses of the attack, blood was “everywhere.”

As a result of the injuries Reed sustained, she was taken to Hunterdon Medical Center for care before being returned to Edna Mahan’s on-site hospital unit.

Jermaine Nixon-Gibson – 2016

Reed stated that she was being treated for a broken nose and two black eyes and that Gibson had been sexually harassing her for weeks prior to the assault. In one instance, Reed says Gibson exposed himself as she walked past his cell.

She reported him to prison officials, but no action was taken.

“It got so bad, to the point where I didn’t want to come out of my room,” she said. “I faked sick so I wouldn’t have to go to work, so I wouldn’t have to walk past him, so I wouldn’t have to hear him make remarks about my body. I started wearing large clothing to cover my body because I was feeling so uncomfortable.”

Reed attributes the assault to her repeated refusal to accept Gibson’s advances.

“I was attacked because I didn’t want to have sex with him,” But disturbingly, Reed found herself penalized for defending herself against Gibson.

Both Gibson and Reed were punished and spent 90 days in “lockup,” a holding cell that is isolated from other inmates. Reed was sent to lockup after her release from the hospital facility.

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Gibson is one of over two dozen men who have been transferred into the women’s correctional facility over the course of the past few years.

A 2019 ACLU lawsuit against the New Jersey Department of Corrections resulted in a settlement that required the state to allow violent male inmates who self-identify into the Edna Mahan Correctional Facility for Women.

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