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Friend of teenager allegedly raped by 4 men says she didn’t think she was in a ‘bad’ state when they broke up

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A friend of an underage girl allegedly raped “one after another” by four men told a court that she did not believe her friend was in “bad condition”. bad” when they broke up because otherwise she wouldn’t have left her alone.

The four men, who cannot be named for legal reasons, all pleaded not guilty at the Central Criminal Court to raping a 17-year-old girl at a midland location on December 27. 2016.

The first defendant (age 22) also pleaded not guilty to two counts of sexual assault and one count of false imprisonment.

The second defendant (24) also pleaded not guilty to two counts of sexual assault, one count of oral rape and one count of imprisonment.

The third defendant (24) also pleaded not guilty to an additional count of rape, two counts of sexual assault and one count of false imprisonment. The fourth defendant (23 years old) also pleaded not guilty to three counts of sexual assault.

All of the offenses are said to have been committed at various locations in the midlands on the same day against the same woman when the defendant was between the ages of 17 and 19.

The trial is expected to last six weeks and is taking place in Croke Park.

It is a prosecution where the complainant got in a car with the men in the early hours of the morning and was driven to the location where the four defendants and a fifth man were not before the court raped her.” from one person to another”.

Giving evidence today, a friend of the complainant told Lorcan Staines SC, the prosecution, that she met the complainant and two other women on Stephen’s Day night in 2016 and they were gone play in a nearby town together.

The woman said they all went to a bar around 10pm and there was a scene where she and the complainant were in a restroom together.

She said the complainant’s phone was on the cistern and when she went to flush, her phone fell into the toilet.

After the bar, she said, they went to the nightclub around midnight, but she would leave around 2 a.m. when her father drove into town to pick her up. She said she wasn’t worried about any girls getting drunk when she left.

Colman Cody SC, defending for the third defendant, asked the woman if she noticed any problems with the complainant’s phone after it fell in the toilet and if she see complainants use it then not. The woman replied that she could not recall.

Another friend of the complainant told Mr Staines that she was also present that night and stayed at the nightclub until it closed.

She said she believed the remaining three friends had dispersed in the nightclub, but they were all together later in a fast food restaurant.

The woman said she and the complainant decided to go out together to get food. She said they wanted to go to different places and split up, agreeing to meet outside a taxi company.

After getting her food and waiting outside the taxi company, she received a phone call from a number she didn’t recognize.

The complainant said that she was on a long trip and would meet her at the taxi company.

She kept dialing the number, and it kept ringing until finally someone answered and told her the complainant was no longer with them, the witness said.

Then she took a taxi with another friend of hers and another girl.

She tried calling the complainant’s phone, but it didn’t even ring.

She said she got a text from another number saying it was the complainant and said she got a shared taxi and was going home.

The woman said she went to bed because she believed the complainant was in safe hands.

The next morning, the complainant was still unable to reach her, but said she had a missed call around 5am from a number she did not recognize.

She said she didn’t think the complainant was in a “bad mood” when they were intoxicated when they separated, because if the complainant was, she wouldn’t have left herself.

The trial continued on Thursday before Justice Tara Burns and a jury of five women and seven men.

https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/friend-of-teen-alleged-to-have-been-raped-by-four-men-says-she-did-not-think-she-was-in-bad-state-when-they-separated-41404410.html Friend of teenager allegedly raped by 4 men says she didn’t think she was in a ‘bad’ state when they broke up

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