Report lodged over claims teen was forced to have sex


  • Nation
  • Thursday, 01 Dec 2011

MALACCA: The state MIC has lodged a police report following allegations that a 19-year-old was forced into having sex with six men at one time.

The teenager was believed to be among a group of runaway girls being lured by a woman and her male accomplice and kept captive in Malacca before they were forced into prostitution.

Police detained the woman and the accomplice from a hotel in Bahau in Negri Sembilan during a raid three days ago. It is learnt that several teenagers in the hotel then were also rescued.

State MIC chief Datuk R. Perumal said the party took the allegations seriously as the teenager had implicated the woman who is from Malacca.

“We are concerned about her claims that the woman has allegedly lured runaway girls and kept them captive here before forcing them into prostitution,” he said.

In her report, the teenager, who alleged that she was kept captive here for a week after being kidnapped, claimed that the 29-year-old woman had provided a list of teenage girls, mostly runaways, to her clients.

Perumal said the teenager had befriended the woman and her male friend outside her home in Ulu Temiang, Seremban, at about 9am on Nov 7 before she was bundled into a car and driven to Malacca.

She claimed that she was kept at the woman's house before being brought to a hotel in Bahau, where she was forced to have sex with a man.

Perumal said when the victim refused, she was beaten and threatened, and taken to a hotel in Rantau the next day where she was forced to have sex with six men at the same time.

The teenager also accused the woman of forcing her to have sex with three men at a hotel near Terminal One in Seremban.

The victim, added Perumal, also complained that at one time, the woman had hit her with a wooden chair for not earning enough money.

She later managed to escape from the hotel in Bahau.

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