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Woman says police officer forces her to have abortion, then beats her

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It seems as if there are no depths to which some men will sink when a woman refuses to abort their baby—and even if they do.

ABC News 4 reported Monday that Officer Sierra Shivers, a member of the North Charleston, South Carolina police Department, has been placed on unpaid administrative leave while authorities investigate allegations of “criminal domestic violence” against a woman who was ten weeks pregnant.

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The victim told deputies she had been 10 weeks pregnant with Shivers’ baby and he’s been pushing her to have an abortion, threatening to have her loved ones arrested with planted evidence if she didn’t comply.

But having the abortion did not save the unnamed woman from violence, according to the local ABC News affiliate.

The woman told police that Shivers drove her to a clinic where she had the abortion. It was on the way back to the Extended Stay America hotel “where the victim told them that Shivers had physically assaulted her”–allegedly punching her multiple times. Because Shivers is a member of the North Charleston Police Department. Charleston County Sheriff’s deputies, who had also responded to the hotel scene, are handling the investigation.

Shivers’ bond was set at $2,505.

The allegations made by a woman claiming that a police officer forced her to have an abortion and subsequently assaulted her are deeply troubling and demand a thorough investigation. If these allegations are true, it would constitute a gross violation of the woman’s rights and a reprehensible abuse of power by the police officer involved.

Forcing someone to undergo an abortion against their will is a flagrant violation of their bodily autonomy and reproductive rights. Every individual has the right to make decisions about their own body and reproductive health free from coercion or duress. If a police officer used their authority to compel someone into such a situation, it represents a grave injustice and a betrayal of public trust.

Furthermore, the alleged subsequent assault underscores the vulnerability of individuals who may be subject to abuse by those in positions of authority. It is essential that law enforcement officers uphold the highest standards of conduct and respect for human rights in all interactions with the public. Any form of violence or abuse perpetrated by a police officer is unacceptable and must be met with swift and decisive action.

In light of these serious allegations, it is imperative that a thorough investigation be conducted to determine the veracity of the woman’s claims and hold any responsible parties accountable for their actions. Victims of such abuse must be provided with support, resources, and protection to ensure their safety and well-being. Additionally, measures should be taken to prevent similar incidents from occurring in the future and to foster greater accountability and transparency within law enforcement agencies.

Ultimately, the allegations made by the woman highlight the need for vigilance in protecting the rights and dignity of all individuals, particularly those who may be vulnerable to abuse or exploitation. It is incumbent upon society to stand against any form of injustice and to work towards a future where everyone can live free from fear, coercion, and violence.


Chelsea Garcia is a political writer with a special interest in international relations and social issues. Events surrounding the war in Ukraine and the war in Israel are a major focus for political journalists. But as a former local reporter, she is also interested in national politics.

Chelsea Garcia studied media, communication and political science in Texas, USA, and learned the journalistic trade during an internship at a daily newspaper. In addition to her political writing, she is pursuing a master's degree in multimedia and writing at Texas.

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