Wicked Pregnant Woman Jailed For 3 Years After False Rape Accusations Against 4 Males (2 Of Whom Were Underage Boys)
A wicked pregnant woman who ripped her clothes and gave herself a black eye to support her rape lies was jailed for 3 years.
Leyla Ibrahim, described as wicked by a judge, was seven months pregnant and gave birth in prison.
Her false rape claims started a £150,000 police investigation in which four students were arrested and subjected to humiliating examinations.
They were questioned for nearly three days during which time one attempted suicide. They were later victims of public abuse, and one has since left the area.
But the 22-year-old woman had invented the whole incident in order to teach the males a lesson after they abandoned her at the end of a night out, a judge said.
The four wrongly accused – two of whom were under 16 – are still suffering as a result of the stigma caused by the false allegations.
All were ‘subject to name calling and abuse in the street’ following their arrests, with one describing the ordeal as torture.
Another said he was devastated by the harrowing experience and had been unable to eat or sleep.
One suspect complained: ‘We were treated like s*** and not a stint of an apology.’
Even the doctor in the case described the examinations as ‘intimate, embarrassing and uncomfortable’.
A senior police source said the four were still ‘really struggling’ with the aftermath of the case.
Detectives had initially taken Ibrahim’s account that she had been raped or sexually assaulted on her way home from a night out seriously, launching a massive manhunt involving 40 officers.
The frilly dress and leggings she had been wearing had apparently been ripped in the attack, clumps of her hair had been hacked off and she had a black eye and scratches to her breasts and legs.
But police became suspicious, and tests showed the Libyan-born former children’s holiday rep had ripped her own clothes and inflicted the injuries herself to back up her fabricated claims.
After failing to withdraw her allegation she was charged with perverting the course of justice and convicted.
Judge Paul Batty, QC, told her such false allegations made it harder for women who genuinely had been raped to secure their attacker’s convictions.
‘Not only did these false allegations have an effect on four young men, but also a considerable effect on your own family,’ he said.
‘You were convicted on clear and compelling evidence of wickedly fabricating a grave crime, causing countless anguish to all involved. Your behaviour was thoroughly irresponsible and some may say wicked. I’m entirely clear in this case that you craved attention and wanted your friends to think they left you and you were then attacked. You wanted to teach them a lesson.’
She had argued with one of the males who refused to lend her the money for a taxi home after a night out drinking.
She told police two youths had knocked her to the ground and assaulted her as she walked home. She claimed she grabbed a pair of scissors from her handbag, only for one of the pair to snatch them and cut off a clump of her hair.
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