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Runaway teen raped, forced to perform oral sex on rapist's wife

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Runaway teen raped, forced to perform oral sex on rapist's wife

KAJANG: A 16-year-old girl who left home and went to live with a couple ended up becoming their sex slave for over nine months at a flats here in Bandar Bukit Mewah.

Not only was the teenager raped by the man whom she treated as her brother but she was also forced to regularly perform oral s ex on his wife.

The victim was also frequently assaulted with objects by the couple.

Police said the girl who is a school dropout had left home in January to be with her 18-year-old boyfriend.

As they had nowhere to live, the couple offered them shelter at their home.

The following month, the couple took the victim and her boyfriend to Malacca where they spent about five months there.

They then returned to Kajang where the girl and her boyfriend were made to work at a scrapyard the couple owns in Bandar Teknologi Kajang.

Kajang district police chief ACP Ahmad Dzaffir Mohd Yusoff said apart from using their hands, the girl and her boyfriend were beaten up with wood, pipes, metal rods and cloth hangers when the couple found their work to be unsatisfactory.

He said in September, the victim's boyfriend managed to escape from the clutches of the couple before the girl followed suit on Oct 3 with the help of a member of the public who alerted her father.

Ahmad Dzaffir said the girl lodged a police report on Monday and was sent to the Kajang Hospital for a medical evaluation.

He said doctors found an old tear in her hymen.

There were also multiple wounds and scars on her right ear, neck, back and limbs.

Ahmad Dzaffir said investigations are ongoing and police are on the hunt for the couple.

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