Young Boy Raped in Prison

Young Boy Raped in Prison

Recently, a teen was poisoned under the charges of shoplifting in the Woolworths. He was caught stealing a R49 pair of shorts. However, the young boy was unaware of the future trouble waiting for him in the prison.

The young boy was accosted by the criminals in the prison and was raped. It has come to light that a criminal in the prison, who was charged under murder case, raped the young boy. The young boy kept on begging but the man mercilessly raped him.

Later on, the boy was isolated by the authorities. Later on, the boy was shifted to Addington Hospital. At the Hospital, it was confirmed that the boy had been raped. Centre for Child Law has taken up the case and are defending the boy.

The lawyers of Centre for Child Law have sued the State and have charged R1.5 million in compensation. Trail over the case will take place in the Durban High Court. It is believed that the trial will take place on Wednesday.

Doctors treating the boy have told that the boy is facing acute psychological distress because of which he might not be able to go to school again.


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