Seahawks employee says attack has left her struggling

Seahawks employee says attack has left her struggling

A Seahawks employee says she is struggling emotionally and financially after she was brutally beaten in the foyer of her Queen Anne apartment.

Opal Scott runs concessions for the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field.

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She talked through Facebook messenger because she's currently in hiding.

Surveillance video from August captures a man attacking her while pretending to deliver flowers.

The beating severely damaged her right eye.

"I've been diagnosed with PTSD, depression, anxiety, insomnia, a possible traumatic brain injury," Scott said. "And I don't have any medical benefits to see any doctors anymore."

She is talking openly for the first time.

"I feel like the perpetrator is winning," she said. "And I'm here in confinement and with nothing, absolutely nothing. I've lost a lot."

The suspect is still on the loose. Scott thinks she was targeted by a disgruntled former employee.

Her health benefits through the Seahawks were terminated Friday.

Her daughter has started a GoFundMe account to help.

Video below shows the attack.

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