A former sailor in the US Navy stabbed a woman 119 times when she revealed she was transgender after they had sex, a court heard.Dwanya Hickerson, 21, "lost it" after learning Dee Whigham, 25, had been born a man.“He didn’t really look like a creep from his pictures. The two decided to go out for a night on the town, Baker posted several videos on Instagram of the two out drinking at a restaurant and enjoying themselves. Ali then saw her reflection in a mirror and could see how badly she had been beaten. The brain, when it expands, has nowhere to go so it forces down and that’s what triggers the vomit action.Ali said she doesn’t remember leaving the restaurant with Baker or their ride back to the LAX area, but Baker posted videos of those events as well. It pressures the fourth vertebrae,” Deputy District Attorney David Berger said.Investigators later found Baker had prior out of state convictions and was on bail for allegedly using fake credit cards.Ali is hoping her story will remind others to be cautious about who they meet online. Baker, who has been found guilty of assaulting Ali, had his sentencing postponed earlier this month.“I wouldn’t want anybody to go and meet up with anybody that they don’t know. A Los Angeles-area woman who was brutally assaulted by a man she met through Instagram is sharing her story in hopes that it'll be a cautionary tale to others. They went out drinking, as evidenced by several videos that Baker had posted of the two of them at a restaurant. So I look around and I see blood everywhere and my clothes everywhere.'When she looked at herself in the mirror, she saw that her face had been brutally beaten.'Oh my God. 'The brain, when it expands, has nowhere to go so it forces down – and that's what triggers the vomit action.
In the 911 recording, Ali can be heard telling the operator that, 'There's blood all over the room' and that she was 'hurt in my face.'Ali was treated for significant head injuries at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.'She had been punched in the head so badly that it had caused a swelling in the brain,' Los Angeles County Deputy District Attorney David Berger told KTLA.But you have to now be aware that people are sick mentally and are just deranged,” she told the Daily News.