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Prostitute raped by two men after she refused to have a threesome in car

By Mason White 11:47 AM August 9, 2015
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By: Feng Qian
(Scroll down for video) A prostitute said that she was raped and beaten after she refused to have a threesome with a client and his friend.

The 29-year-old woman of Johannesburg, South Africa, said that she began selling her body 3 years ago, in order to support herself and her children.

On Sunday night, two men severely beat her until she agreed to have sex with both of them at the same time.

The woman, who does not want her identity revealed, said that she was approached by a man who wanted to spend the night with her, and they agreed on a price of $23.

“I got in the car and there was a second man sitting there. I got some liquor, sat down and relaxed, but soon we were in an area that made me nervous,” the woman said.

That is when the client said he wanted the woman to have sex with both men, but she reused.

The woman explained that if they want to have a threesome, they would have to give her an additional $23.

“They became angry and said that they would not be pushed around by a prostitute,” the victim said.

“Then they forced themselves on me. When I tried to scream, they kicked and beat me. I thought I would die,” she added.

When one of the men pulled out a knife, the woman begged him not to kill her and told the men she will give them whatever they wanted.

The men took advantage of her offer and removed her clothes. The men then proceeded to rape the woman. The abuse lasted from 1:30 a.m. until 4:00 a.m.

When then men finally took the woman back to where they picked her up, a police van stopped next to her and she told them what had happened.

However, the officers allegedly told the victim “you got what you deserved,” the victim said. “I asked them to open a case, but they refused,” she added.

Gauteng police spokesman Lieutenant Kay Makhubela said that the woman needs to come to the police station to file a complaint against the rapists and the officers.

He said: “No victim of a crime should be rejected. She must come to the station and give details of the officers who refused to help her, and they will be dealt with.”