In an interview with The Associated Press, the woman, whose name has not been released, said she believes the man raped her and she was not allowed to tell anyone what happened.
The woman said she was afraid to report the rape to police because the man was afraid of being charged with a crime.
She said she went to a friend’s house and then to the police station, where she was told she would be questioned in a couple of days.
She did not know what would happen to her if she went forward.
The AP reached out to the woman’s lawyer, Paul Hoch, who said he has been in touch with her and is hoping to find out more about what happened to her.
A spokesman for the city of Louisville declined to comment.