Friday February 1, 2013
Teen forced to be fatherís sex slave
Compiled by RAHIMY RAHIM, TAN SIN CHOW and A. RAMAN
A 13-year-old girl was forced to become a sex slave to her father for a year, reported Harian Metro.
The 46-year-old suspect, who is a lorry driver, was believed to have recorded his sexual acts on his mobile phone and sold it to his friends.
According to a source, the victim, who is the youngest of four siblings, said she has been abused since she was 12.
She would be beaten up if she refused to follow her father's orders.
“The suspect did not rape the victim but ordered her to be naked and would touch her private parts.
“He also recorded the lewd acts on his mobile phone,” he said.
Kangar OCPD Supt Abdul Rahman Mohd Noordin said the victim's mother lodged a police report at Kangar police headquarters on Tuesday.
This was after the victim was attacked by her father on Monday and she told her mother about it.
“She was forced to take off all her clothes before being sexually assaulted in the living room,” said Supt Rahman.
> A 15-year-old girl has admitted to having sex with six men during an incident at Taman Pancaran Siputih, Pusing, last Monday, reported Sinar Harian.
The secondary school student from Simpang Pulai claimed she had sexual intercourse with the men between 11pm on Monday and 3.30pm on Tuesday before being sent home by the suspects.
She said she was not forced or raped by the suspects.
Batu Gajah OCPD Asst Comm Shaharon Anuar Abdul Latif said the victim's father lodged a police report at the Pusing police station.
According to ACP Shaharon, police arrested five suspects, aged between 20 and 24, at a house in Taman Siputih, Pusing at 1.30am on Jan 29.
“Police arrested the last suspect at 8.15pm at his house in Siputih,” he added.
All worked as production operators and labourers at a factory.
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