Three months after an alleged sexual assault inside a Cross Plains restaurant, the victim spoke exclusively with WISC-TV and said the hope for justice has turned into a waiting game.
Weeks after its summertime grand opening, Cinco De Mayo quickly found a following, but the popularity of Cross Plains' newest restaurant started unraveling in early August.
"The food wasn't quite ready, so I sat down at the bar," said Jane (whose name has been changed for protection) describing the night of Aug. 3.
It was not the first time Jane had ordered take-out from Cinco De Mayo, but she said it would be her last.
"And I was still at the bar waiting (for food), and then they offered me a margarita. So I'm thinking, I'll drink this for about five minutes, and I'll grab my food," Jane said.
Shortly after sipping the drink, Jane said she felt "cloudy in the head."