Central Park Jogger Reveals Her Identity
The woman at the center of the Central Park jogger case is revealing her identity after 14 years, and she says the reopening of the case in the last year made her live the horror as never before.
Trisha Meili, 42, is coming out of anonymity at the same time her book, titled “I Am the Central Park Jogger: A Story of Hope and Possibility” is being released, the Daily News reported after obtaining an audio version of the book. In her memoir, she recounts the trial of the five teenagers who were originally convicted in the 1989 case, and her reaction when another man said last year he was the culprit.
“I was living the horror as I had not lived it before ...,” she wrote.