Raped and extorted

Mr. Gupta then left the room and told the victim to follow him, which she did. They walked outside to the car. The victim was very frightened and was having difficulty walking. The driver was waiting with the car and the victim was made to sit in the back seat with Mr. Gupta. Mr. Gupta laughed and said “now let me go for a second interview.”

The victim was driven to meet Mr. Kumar who took her to an abandoned house and made her go inside. She started crying and told him “brother, it wasn’t an interview. They raped me.” Mr. Kumar said that he knew what had happened and told her that now that the movie and pictures had been made that she was a prostitute and that she had to work for him. Mr. Kumar told her to take off her clothes and lie on the floor. Then he took a bottle and forcibly raped her with the bottle. When she began screaming her removed the bottle and inserted his full hand into her privates. He began making strange sounds and speaking obscene and abusive language. Mr. Kumar told the victim to repeat the obscene language, which she refused to do. He beat her and told her to say that she was enjoying it and to laugh. He continued this way for one hour before stopping. He then told her to get dressed.

Mr. Kumar told the victim not to tell anyone what had happened otherwise Mr. Kumar would tell her father to throw her out of her home. The victim was frightened and did not tell anyone what had happened. After this Mr. Kumar continued to make threatening phone calls to the victim.

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