A teenager has admitted that he abducted a year-old woman at knifepoint and raped her when he was just The boy, who is now 15, pleaded guilty yesterday to abducting the woman, putting a knife at her neck, threatening her and raping her in an area of wasteland in Methill, Fife, on January 29 last year. At the High Court in Glasgow Derick Nelson, for the prosecution, said that the victim had been walking in Methil at about 8pm when the boy approached her and threatened her with a knife. The boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, forced her to a nearby area of secluded waste ground and raped her. The court was told that the woman had been walking towards shops. Subscription Notification. We have noticed that there is an issue with your subscription billing details.
A year-old boy has been placed under house arrest in Russia and sources close to the girl's family say she admits her original story was false, Komsomolskaya Pravda reported today. The pregnant girl encouraged her year-old friend to go along with the story to avoid the shame she feared if she outed her rapist, it is claimed. She is reported to have said of her young friend: "Even if the child is not from [him], then what's the difference? He will still be his father. Although the age of consent in Russia is 16 sources claim the boy, 15, wanted to have sex but she refused. The pregnant girl, her parents and the teenage boy and his parents have been interviewed by Russian detectives, it is understood. After the girl announced her pregnancy, a TV doctor examined the year-old boy and said he was too sexually immature to be a father. That he is the father. I understand that he himself maybe doesn't realise what happened. Sign in.
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