A woman from Australia came out with the most disheartening story from her childhood. She was brutally raped by her half brother back in 2005 at his home in Australia. The teenager did not have the courage or the ability to speak up. But when she decided to take action, her own family turned against her. A woman from Australia came out with the most disheartening story from her childhood.
2005 Story Of The Heinous Rape
The woman narrated that when she was 14, her half brother and his friend invited her over to a house party. But she reached the location to find out that there was, in fact, no party. It was just her brother and his friend. Reluctant she went in. The rapist, who can’t be named in order to keep the victim’s identity safe, then gave her marijuana. She also had high amounts of alcohol on the recommendation of the boys. Soon, she passed out.
She was raped when she was unconscious. Not once, but twice. When she woke up she found that she was half-naked. The victim also sensed a severe pain in her vagina and stomach. Also, her half brother, who was 21 then, was masturbating. She was terrified by the gross misconduct. But it didn’t stop here. She was forced to do sexual acts on the boy, who later gave her money to buy morning-after pills.
Two Years Later When She Came Out
The teenager was devasted and utterly traumatized. So she stayed shut. However, two years later she thought enough was enough. She mustered the courage to tell the police about the attack. But she was not championed by her father and stepmother for her bravery to speak up. Instead, she was being pressurized to withdraw her complaint.
In Brisbane’s Supreme Court, the rapist insisted that the girl had asked him to teach her how to have sex. The court also heard that the man called his other sister to tell her about his doubts of the victim is pregnant.
Her father forced her to withdraw her complaint and maintained that her half brother was innocent. Since then, she has had mental problems like anxiety, anger management issues, self-consciousness, lack of self-worth, etc.
Her case was reopened a decade later when the rapist was sentenced to eight years of jail. But this doesn’t improve her stability. She has been scarred for life. She regrets that she can never be the mother she could have been