A victim of a Pakistani rape gang has said that at one point during her abuse, she was trafficked to the North African country of Morocco where she was prostituted and repeatedly raped.
Writing in her book No Way Out, ‘Kate Elysia’ — a pseudonym — also revealed that she was sexually abused by more than 70 men from Birmingham and the West Midlands for years, but only two rapists were ever convicted, reports BirminghamLive.
Kate wrote that she had been living in sheltered accommodation and studying for her A-Levels (final school examinations) when she was first raped by ‘Farooq’ (also a pseudonym).
“I was 18 the first time I was raped. I was 18 when I was serially gang-raped. I was 18 when I was trafficked all over England and given to many men, sometimes as many as ten in one night,” she said.