March 21, 2013
SEX ORGY OR RAPE? - Cops puzzled after schoolgirl changes story
SHELDON WILLIAMS, STAR Reporter
There has been a twist in a case of sexual misconduct against four high-school boys who allegedly participated in the sexual battery of a female student after the girl told police she had lied.
Our news team was told that the gang bang took place last week at the house of one of the boys, who the girl consented to have sex with.
However, the boy allegedly extended an invitation to his friends to participate in the act.
It is understood that all the students attend the same Corporate Area high school and left to go to a nearby house where one of the boys live.
It is alleged that the intercourse was recorded by the boy with his cell phone and he told the girl that she had to have sex with his friends also or he would release the sex video online.
For fear of being exposed, the girl allegedly performed oral sex on the others but refused them vaginal sex because she was not attracted to them.
"She never have sex with the other boy dem because she said dem ugly," our source emphasised.
The school prinicipal was vague when the news team pressed for a comment on the issue.
"It would be irresponsible of me to comment at this time. Anything being investigated can't be discussed. I'm not in a position to say anything at all ," he said.
When asked if the boys involved were suspended, he replied, "I can't recall." It is understood that the girl is still in attendance.
Head of The Centre for The Investigation of Sexual Offences and Child Abuse(CISOCA), Superintendent Gladys Brown, confirmed that the girl had recanted her story and admitted that she had lied.
"A young girl reported to us that she was raped by four boys and she later came back and changed her story that she had sex with one of the males and had oral sex with all four of them."
"She cried rape and lied that it was battery to cover up what happened, so we are investigating to see if there is any truth to what was reported to us. The matter is under investigation," the senior cop remarked.
Brown also told our news team the boys were not taken into custody but were questioned in the presence of the school's guidance counsellor and members of CISOCA.
When asked if the complainant will be charged with creating public mischief, the senior cop admitted that it's likely but the final decision is dependent on the finding of further investigation.
" It's a possibility but we are going to have to do some more investigation. I have to give my investigators some more time. Generally, we do investigations before we arrest."