LARKSVILLE, Tenn. – The Clarksville woman who claimed she was raped at Dunbar Cave park earlier this month has been charged with false report.
Kayla Bowen had told police that at 2:23 a.m. on Aug. 5, she went to the park to think, and, after sitting in her car for a couple hours, a man approached her, asked for a light, then beat and raped her.
A Clarksville Police investigation has since uncovered a Craiglist ad Bowen posted titled "Have a deep dark fantasy." In the ad, Bowen said she wanted to be raped and for anyone who responds to say how they would do it and why, according to her arrest warrant.
Her phone records showed she made contact with two people the night she reported the rape. Texts revealed she told the individuals she wanted to be duct-taped, gagged, then sexually assaulted, which would include but not be limited to broken arms, black eyes, a broken nose, fractured ribs and other injuries.
In a text Bowen sent Aug. 4 at 11 p.m., she said she was sitting at Dunbar Cave park in her car and it was a perfect place for the rape, the warrant said. She then texted, "I'm 100 percent consenting to be raped," according to the warrant.
When no one came to the park, she went to an address on Cyprus Court, where she engaged consensual sex and assault resulting in bruises, abrasions, ripped clothes and a chipped tooth, the warrant said.
Bowen, 24, was charged Friday with making a false report and booked into Montgomery County Jail on $50,000 bond.