A metro woman said a group of Tinker airmen brutally beat her. Now two months later, she's still looking for answers.
It's a story we first brought you in September just after the alleged attack.
We've now learned the military, not the district attorney, will investigate. Tinker Officials are reviewing the Norman Police Department's report and told News 9 they'll decide if the four accused airmen should be disciplined.
Yet Stevie Colvin, the girl who was allegedly attacked, said pictures don't lie, and the men who are supposed to protect our country beat her.
"I just don't understand why they are getting away with it and he admitted he did it," Colvin said.
It's been two months since Colvin left a Norman house party bloody bruised and with a black eye. The aspiring model said four Tinker airmen did this to her face. She said her daughter Strawberry didn't recognize her for weeks.
"I don't believe that they deserve to fight for our country, because they were fighting a woman. If I was acting the way they said I was acting, I could have been easily thrown out the house," Colvin said.
In September we spoke to one of the accused, Brett Corvo, after the alleged attack.
"There was no beat that happened," Corvo said.
Corvo claimed Colvin instigated the black eye, bloody face and 37 subsequent stitches.
"She fell pretty hard, and she was drunk, and we did try and restrain her. I told her if she stopped fighting we'd let her go, and she hit her face very hard on the ground," Corvo said.
"I am very depressed about it, because I will never look the same. This is after dermabrasion and I will never feel the same," Colvin said.
Colvin has been assigned a representative with the Air Force Victim & Witness Assistance Program. No word on how long the investigation will take.
Tinker leaders wouldn't name the other men implicated in the attack, but said they will share when or if the men are disciplined.