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July 29, 2014
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Police probe if ... MEN RAPE HOMELESS BOY

Information reaching THE STAR is that a 14-year-old boy was allegedly sexually assaulted by a group of homosexuals in the New Kingston area recently.

The boy, who is reportedly from the Kingston 20 area, was allegedly kicked out of his home by his father and had taken to the streets of New Kingston to solicit sex.

THE STAR was told that the teen was initially removed from the streets by a group of men who took him to the New Kingston Police Post after he attempted to solicit sex from them.

A source close to group told THE STAR that a few days after the teen was removed from the streets, he was seen again in the area, but this time claimed he was sexually assaulted by a group of homosexuals who reside in the area.

selling sex

THE STAR was even shown a brief video of the young man on the street, attempting to sell sex to passers-by.

THE STAR spoke with an officer from the New Kingston police and he told THE STAR that the young man was recently arrested by the police for allegedly robbing someone in the vicinity of Emancipation Park.

He told THE STAR that the young man admitted he was put out by his father and was bailed by his mother shortly after his arrest.

The officer also confirmed reports that the young man claimed he was sexually assaulted.

The lawman also revealed that it was 'a normal thing' for teens to be seen in the New Kingston area prostituting themselves.

He revealed that children as young as 12 and 13 years old, some in uniforms, have been seen soliciting sex.

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