Woman details Tinder date with Idaho suspect Bryan Kohberger in viral TikTok

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According to a woman who alleges she met Bryan Kohberger on Tinder, the 28-year-old accused of brutally killing four University of Idaho students invited himself into her apartment and “continued trying to touch” her.

According to her TikTok video about the strange encounter, the woman apparently matched with Kohberger, who asked her out to the movies roughly seven years ago.

Hayley, the woman behind the video, told The Post that she met Kohberger on Tinder around seven years ago while she was a psychology student at Penn State Hazelton.

Kohberger was also studying psychology at another local school, which served as a point of connection for the two, according to Hayley.

“My encounters with Bryan were brief. “I’m not familiar with him,” the woman said in her TikTok video posted Monday.

“We met on Tinder, talked for a few hours, and then he said, ‘Hey, do you want to go to the movies with me tonight?'” Sure, I thought. “We went to the movies,” she explained.

Despite the fact that the couple just went out once, Hayley told The Post, “he completely transformed once we were at my room, so I’m pleased I was able to get away.”

“I expected him to simply dump me off, but that was not the case. “He kind of invited himself in,” she explained.

When Kohberger entered Hayley’s room, he wanted to watch another Netflix video — and that’s when things got strange.

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“He was really aggressive about returning to my dorm with me. But I didn’t feel any creepy sensations or anything from it. “I just assumed he was a stage five clinger because he said he wanted to spend more time with me,” Hayley explained to The Washington Post.

“He kept reaching out to touch me. “Not in an inappropriate way, just trying to tickle me and rub my shoulders and whatnot, and I was like, ‘why are you touching me?'” she said in her video.

In response to her accusation, Kohberger supposedly “became extremely serious” and denied touching her.


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As of Tuesday, Hayley’s TikTok video has been seen over 1.3 million times.
“He says, ‘I’m not,’ and I say, ‘you are,’ and he says, ‘I’m not touching you.’ “He’s trying to trick me into thinking he didn’t touch me, which is strange,” she stated.

Hayley claimed that at this time, she excused herself to use the shared dorm restroom, and that Kohberger followed her there.

“He didn’t accompany me in, but he stood outside the entrance… “I just thought that was odd,” she explained.

Bryan Kohberger
Kohberger was arrested on Dec. 30, well over a month after he allegedly stabbed four University of Idaho students to death while they slept in their off-campus house.

Realizing she wanted Kohberger to leave but being too socially awkward to ask, Hayley said she pretended to throw up.

“It wasn’t because I was scared of him or thought he would hurt me if I asked him to leave. It was just mostly because I’m socially awkward. I didn’t know how to ask him to leave,” Hayley claimed.

Kohberger then allegedly messaged Hayley on Tinder to tell her he was leaving.

Ethan Chapin, Xana Kernodle, Madison Mogen and Kaylee Goncalves
Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernodle, Madison Mogen and Ethan Chapin, all University of Idaho students, were stabbed to death as they slept in their off-campus home on Nov. 13.

While her plan was successful, Kohberger allegedly texted her about an hour later and said she had “good birthing hips,” Hayley claimed.

“So I never talked to him [again],” she added at the very end of her video.

When speaking with The Post, Hayley noted she felt it was important to share the story since it “could have been so much different.”