Monster phoned victim’s mum to say ‘I’m raping your daughter now’ during brutal attack that drove her to suicide bid
A MAN who allegedly boasted "I'm raping your daughter right now" while on the phone to her mother has been arrested.
The 29-year-old victim was left so traumatised by her ordeal that she attempted suicide and is now paralysed.
Accused Murat Kaya, 36, and a friend alleged to have helped him with the attack in the southern Turkish city of Antalya were initially released following the alleged rape in September 2019.
The victim's family have since claimed he had boasted down the phone that he was raping her, which has caused widespread public anger in Turkey.
He has now been arrested on rape charges, as has the friend accused of helping him.
A case has now been filed against Kaya with the Antalya 11th High Criminal Court.
He is alleged offered to give her a lift to a taxi rank after she left the nightclub where she worked, Turkish news website One Dio reports.
Instead, he is accused of taking her to a furniture workshop where he beat her, forced her to take drugs and then sexually assaulted her for hours.
At one point during the horrific ordeal, she called her mother on the phone and said: "Mum, I'm dying. Take care of my son."
Murat K had then grabbed the phone and told the mother: "I am raping your daughter right now."
He then allegedly dumped her by the side of the road and cleaned the ground with a hose before returning to the workshop and deleting CCTV records.
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The girl was taken to hospital in a serious condition after being found at the side of the road.
Her mother immediately went to the police and filed a complaint, proving the sexual assault with a medical report.
Bu the suspects were originally not kept in custody, and a short while later the young victim tried to kill herself.
The suicide attempt was not successful, but the victim is now paralysed and bed-bound, living in a room her mother has turned into a hospital unit.
She is constantly connected to breathing apparatus and can only respond to questions by slightly moving her toes.
Police later managed to recover some of the CCTV footage from a computer and allege that it shows the victim being attacked and thrown to the floor while the accused tries to remove her clothing.
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