Police: Prostitute vows to 'take care of' pimp who stabbed her

A prostitute, feeling overworked and underpaid, vowed vengeance against the pimp who stabbed her last Monday on Aurora, according to the Seattle Police Department.

According to the police report for the incident, the victim, her pimp and another woman were on their way from Everett to an unknown location in a blue Chevy Tahoe around 10:40 p.m.

During the ride, the victim complained to her pimp, Lewayne, that he had kept her working for two weeks with no time to see her son and had kept her entire $4,000 in earnings from those two weeks, according to police.

According to the report, Lewayne told the woman driving to pull over into a parking lot off Aurora Avenue North just south of Mercer Street.

Once parked, Lewayne, who was sitting in the backseat, reached forward and stabbed the victim, who was in the passenger seat, in the thigh, according to the report. After being stabbed, the victim fell out of the Tahoe, and Lewayne threw her purse at her, according to the report.

When police arrived, the victim told officers she had no idea where Lewayne and the other woman were headed. She also wouldn't give officers any information about Lewayne, saying only that she would "take care" of him, according to the report.

During the investigation, the victim, who was eventually taken to Harborview for her stab wound, took and made a bunch of phone calls. She also sent a text message to Lewayne that read, "I can't believe you stabbed me you dumb [expletive]," according to the report.

Officers later wrote the victim "was not exactly uncooperative, she was just more interested in telling people that [Lewayne] had stabbed her than she was in answering questions or providing information."