Last week, CBS News revealed that correspondent Lara Logan "suffered a brutal and sustained sexual assault and beating" on February 11, while covering the reaction to Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's resignation in Cairo. Now the Daily Mail reports on Logan's attack, "Sensitive parts of her body were covered in red marks that were originally thought to have been bite marks. After further examination they were revealed to be from aggressive pinching. It has also been revealed that she was stripped, punched and slapped by the crowd, which was labelling her a spy and chanting 'Israeli' and 'Jew' as they beat her."

State-run Egyptian media have said that Israeli spies had infiltrated Western media, leading to the attacks on numerous journalists. The Daily Mail also wrote, "Medical sources have revealed that marks on her body were consistent with being whipped and beaten with the makeshift poles that were used to fly flags during the demonstration." It's believed that Logan was separated from her crew for 20-30 minutes, until she was rescued by a group of women and soldiers. She was flown from Egypt to the U.S. the next day, spending five days in a New York hospital before returning to her D.C. area home.

A friend of Logan's told the Sunday Times, "Lara is getting better daily. The psychological trauma is as bad as, if not worse than, the physical injuries. She might talk about it at sometime in the future, but not now."