Convent Novice Staged Rape Drama to Return Home

Published: 25th February 2015 06:01 AM  |   Last Updated: 25th February 2015 06:01 AM   |  A+A-

BENGALURU: Investigation into the alleged rape of a 17-year-old novice at a convent in Hennur has revealed that the ‘victim’ had staged the entire episode just so she could go back to her hometown.

Police have already filed a B-report in the case before a court and the novice has been allowed to return to her hometown in Andhra Pradesh.

The novice had claimed that when she was at the convent, someone rang the bell. When she opened the door, two men barged in.

She claimed that she did not remember what happened next and was woken up by another nun.

Police had no clues on the identity of the alleged intruders. However, investigation, specially the medical examination, revealed that the girl had staged the entire incident.

Medical examination of the girl revealed that she had not only pretended to be unconscious but had written the message on her leg and had also inflicted wounds on her private parts.

“After she reached the convent, she realised that she did not like it there and wanted to return home. Hearing about all the rape cases that were doing the rounds, she decided to stage such a drama so that she could return home,” police officials said.

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