The Free Will paradox?

Is that the one where: if God exists, and is omniscient, how can free will be possible?

Let's say someone does something to you against your will and there is nothing you could have done to prevent it. In such a scenario, one person will get their free will through meanwhile the other person will get their free will denied. How can free will be possible, if it's possible for it to be denied?

If your free will can be denied, doesn't that make free will an illusion?