Langara Rapist

Langara Rapist

THE DIRTY ARMY: Thank you Nik for the Dirty, so I can share tragedy happen to me: 2 years ago my first year of uni at Langara and there this guy in one of my class. I was new to Canada, I’m International Student from China. He talk to me after class and follow me to help me with my English and to understand Canadian culture. He show to me libraries that open late, like at UBC and we go together study there. One day he say to me he tired of study in libraries and want new scenery. Since we friends I say yes when he ask to come over to my place.

After couple hours of study, he say we need study break to watch BoJack Horseman. I say to him I don’t like cartoons, next thing he start kiss me. I say to him to stop and to leave but he not listen. I say no and I say no again but he slap me and say if I keep my screaming he beat me up and make it hurt more. I frozen. I lay there not move or speak, I was shake from being scared and he hold me by wrap his hand around my neck. It hurt so bad and I try not to cry but I cry and he hit me and told me to shut up because he not able concentrate. Finally he finish and he leave.

I bruises all over myself for weeks. I no strength to tell someone. 1 week before I go in living room because what he did. 3 months for me to sit on couch because I could feel and replay what he did to me on couch. It’s been years and I still feel not safe around any man who look like him. Man with earrings, gold necklace, deep voice, same cologne, silver Volkswagen, pot, he smokes lots of pot. This man name Alex Charmchi. Thank you girls before me who post about Alex. Give me courage to share what Alex did to me. Alex ruined my life. Alex give me panic attacks. We must share to warn each other so Alex Charmchi cannot hurt more

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  1. zeldaMay 6, 2018 at 8:42 PM

    if I was a victim of this POS I hand out flyers of his face and his actions and post them everywhere he works, hangs, lives to warn everybody !

    • DeeMay 7, 2018 at 3:01 AM

      Bless up

  2. Hit the road Alex!!April 10, 2018 at 10:30 AM

    You’re disgusting Alex Charm

  3. Alicia RMarch 5, 2018 at 4:47 PM

    Alex Charm you’s a DOUCHE. Do everyone a solid n check urself in a psych ward

  4. REPORT ALEX CHARMCHIJanuary 10, 2018 at 1:30 PM

    All victims need to start reporting assaults that occur! Practice your right to speak up! The more people that speak up, the more criminals will be held accountable! Next time, rapists will think twice before assaulting someone!

  5. Only you can change the futureJanuary 5, 2018 at 9:56 AM

    I would report this guy, not only for yourself but for the safety of other women. He needs to be brought to justice.

  6. Jeff WDecember 29, 2017 at 12:35 AM

    This serial rapist works at VANCITY BANK

    • BatmanApril 4, 2018 at 1:23 AM

      Which one does he work at

    • REPORT ALEX CHARMCHIJanuary 10, 2018 at 1:32 PM

      Let’s face it, everyone that works at banks has assaulted someone at some point. Its just the way the industry works. Women are just pieces of meat!

    • Superhero1January 5, 2018 at 10:47 AM

      Vancity Bank needs to reasses their hiring process or people need to reassess who they’re banking with

    • Dan the ManJanuary 5, 2018 at 1:11 AM

      So Vancity takes on another wreckage on their team. Are we all really surprised? Credit unions are a joke, of course they’re going to hire fellow jokes. Never understood why people trust their money with corporations that have no morals. Ace of a choice Vancity Bank!

    • Mike PJanuary 3, 2018 at 7:47 PM

      Vancity is a joke. Even more of a joke for having this sorry waste of a life on their staff

    • Brooke AJanuary 2, 2018 at 9:31 AM

      Vancity needs to be scrutinized for hiring a rapist. This isn’t the 60s where assaults are swept under the rug, it’s crystal clear Alex Charmchi is a serial rapist. Keep the conversation going ladies. If there’s anymore out there — expose this low life scum!

    • CodyDecember 31, 2017 at 4:04 PM

      That’s why you should never trust a credit union. They’ll hire literally anyone just like this creep

  7. HeartDecember 28, 2017 at 8:05 AM

    You can still report him to the police! I won’t lie, they might choose to not prosecute, but if there is a record of what he did to you, then next time he pulls something, it becomes that much easier to prosecute. I also recommend counselling. You don’t have to shoulder this alone. Take back your power. People care about you!

    • NinaDecember 29, 2017 at 12:21 AM

      I could not agree more! As much as there’s a chance of authorities choosing not to prosecute, at least there’s a record of all these accusations. If all the women here who’ve made a complaint against Alex would have gone to authorities, the next girl he assaults has a higher chance of being heard

  8. Cass MDecember 26, 2017 at 10:54 PM

    Can’t say I’m surprised Alex ended up on here. Used to see this guy around during parties in Richmond/Van during my high school days @ McRoberts and he was known to follow girls into the bathroom and grope them b/c they’re drunk and defenseless. Once a predator always a predator

    • Class of 2008January 14, 2018 at 11:34 PM

      Ughhh tell me about it. He was such a creep at McRoberts but for some reason everyone kept it on the DL. Guess that was also a long time ago where society blamed the victim more than they do now

  9. TiffanyDecember 20, 2017 at 12:59 AM

    With recent media focus on campus rape, this offers an opportunity to centre survivors of sexual assault as well as those doing anti-violence work and their allies to voice out.

    I realize that our legal system and perhaps our police system really aren’t prioritizing the needs of survivors right now, so it’s really important that we, as a community, step up and support eachother and have these conversations.

    Keep the conversation going!

  10. Fellow SurvivorDecember 19, 2017 at 10:07 PM

    Dear Survivor:

    It must have been difficult for you to open up about this assault. I’m sorry to hear that it took you a week to be able to step into your own living room, and 3 months to have the strength to sit on your own couch. You must have felt so alone and I am so sorry. Living in a new country, unfamiliar with the language along with all other steps to climb, it must have taken a lot for you to get through the day. You are worthy of love, safety and security. I am sorry if he made you feel like he stripped you of your worth. Know that your worth has not lessened. Only his worth has. Vancouver has many rape help centres with volunteers who can speak various languages. Please seek out help and support. You do not have to go through this alone.

    You are loved.

  11. SimranDecember 19, 2017 at 2:34 AM

    You should have reported Alex to authorities. Langara or any other institutions would not stand for this type of behaviour. Even if it doesn’t go far with the report, at least there will be a file built on Alex