In-flight sexual assaults are vastly under-reported, with victims often too embarrassed or afraid to speak up, authorities say.

Dana LaRue says she was a victim of sexual assault at 32,000 feet, alleging that she awoke on her flight to find a fellow passenger  inappropriately touching her leg, and later her chest.

“I knew in my head I should scream, I should yell, I should do something, but I couldn’t get my body to react,” LaRue said.

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