‘Burglary, rape’ suspect says she was ‘raped in an alleyway’
A woman who claimed she was raped in an “unspeakable way” at a bus stop in the inner city of Sydney’s CBD has spoken out.
Key points:The woman, who was 17 at the time, said she was robbed and beaten by two men in the early hours of Saturday (AEST)Police are investigating the claimsThe woman is a university student who has not been namedThe victim, who does not want to be named, said that while she was walking through the busy area on the Saturday morning she was approached by two black males who then raped her.
She said she struggled for a moment and then the men ran away.
“The next thing I know, I hear the door open and the next thing that I know I’m on the ground,” she told the ABC.
“It was terrifying.
It was a terrible feeling.”
Ms Alcock said she is traumatised and has had nightmares about the incident.
“I’m not a person who’s easy to trust, I’m a person that doesn’t want to get into a situation where I’m in a situation of being alone with people,” she said.
“If I can’t trust somebody and that happens, that’s a bad day.”
Police have launched an investigation into the allegations.
Topics:sexual-offences,crime,swansea-7215,sydney-2000More stories from New South Wales