Siri Enrolls In Battered Women Program, Citing Mental Abuse

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This weekend, Siri checked into a domestic abuse survivor shelter for women after years of mental and emotional abuse. She said years of taking demands and being told what to do got to be too much for her emotionally. She made the decision Friday night to make the life changing decision.

“I didn’t know where she was. I called her name, and there was no answer,” Mike Jacobs, a 37-year-old electrician from Ohio, said.

When asked for a comment, Siri said, “Sorry, I don’t understand.” Dr. Janet Pinkett, an expert in domestic abuse cases, said many women are so emotionally scarred from constant mental abuse that simple questions may no longer make sense.

“Siri, is no different. She’s been through a lot. Having to perform those daily tasks at the command of a single person day in and day out can really take a toll on an Operating System,” Pinkett said.

Siri will remain in protection at the shelter until further notice.