She won't be using Lyft either. Although they were not involved in the situation in any way, the ride share service banned her as did Uber.
The driver, meanwhile was initially offered $20 from Uber to cover expenses like cleaning the pepper-spray from his car but eventually they offered $120.
A Go Fund Me campaign was started for him as well with a goal of $20,000. At last check, it had reached $41, 765.