The 31-year-old British tourist, who jumped from the second floor balcony of her hotel room in Agra in order to escape an alleged sexual assault condemned the behavior of fellow hotel residents, calling it "disgusting." She said that during her ordeal, nobody came forward to help her despite her screaming for help for more than an hour.
In her first interview ever since the incidence in India, Jessica Davies, a dental hygienist from Greenwich said that she will certainly come back to the country to give evidence in her case but she will "never" travel alone.
Davies, who sustained leg injuries during the incidence last week, cut short her Asia tour and returned to Britain.
She further said that she wanted to talk about her experience "because the shame of sexual assault makes many people too scared to speak out," First Post reported.
According to the statement of the manager of the Agra Mahal hotel, Sachin Chauhan, and a guard, who appeared in court last week they had knocked on Davies' door for a wake-up call she had asked for.
However, Davies has denied asking to for a wake-up call. She said that she had set her phone alarm for 4.30 am to catch a taxi for an early train to Jaipur.
According to Davies, she was still in her pajamas when she opened the door, and the manager asked her if she wanted a massage and a shower. He showed her some oil too that he had.
"I held my key in the lock and I could feel them turning it from the other side," she told BBC, adding that she placed furniture as barricade in front of her hotel room door.
"By hook or by crook this person - or persons - were going to get into my room. I'm 100 percent certain. And there was only one way out, to jump two floors," said Davies, who in India for about three weeks and was planning to continue her stay for another three.
Davies also insisted that she was cautious and also wearing "appropriate clothes' after hearing about the series of recent crime against women in the country.
The incident closely followed the rape of a 39-year-old Swiss tourist who was cycling through a forest with her husband in Madhya Pradesh.