A BRITISH girl on trial over a pretend rape declare could not have written a statement retracting the allegation, a courtroom heard yesterday.

The 19-year-old, who can’t be named for authorized causes, wept as an knowledgeable identified grammar and spelling errors within the doc.

 The woman appeared in court for the first time back in July but the case was adjourned several times so 'more evidence' could be gathered


The lady appeared in courtroom for the primary time again in July however the case was adjourned a number of occasions so ‘extra proof’ may very well be gatheredCredit score: AFP or licensors

She initially informed cops she had been attacked by as much as 12 Israelis whereas on a working vacation within the occasion resort of Ayia Napa in Cyprus final July.

The lads have been arrested however later freed with out cost, and the lady went from sufferer to accused after detectives accused her of getting modified her thoughts after having intercourse with the boys.

Dr Andrea Nini, a linguistics knowledgeable from Manchester College, informed the trial the retraction statement mentioned to have been written by her was “not by someone whose first language is English”.

Final month, The Solar revealed the grammar and spelling errors in her statement which included the awkwardly written phrase: “I did sexual intercourse with them”.

Her joint Brit-Cypriot defence have argued the statement was coerced out of her by police and written by them whereas she was affected by PTSD.

 She initially told cops she had been attacked by up to 12 Israelis while on a working holiday in the party resort of Ayia Napa in Cyprus last July


She initially informed cops she had been attacked by as much as 12 Israelis whereas on a working vacation within the occasion resort of Ayia Napa in Cyprus final July


Defence lawyer Michael Polak mentioned:”My consumer has provides from three universities in Britain, is nicely educated and simply wouldn’t have written a statement in such pidgin English.

“It is extra Greeklish than English. We are saying the proof from Mr Nini helps what we have been saying all alongside that the statement was not written by a local English speaker.

“This is contrary to what the police say but Dr Nini was able to demonstrate to the court the wording of the statement was not structured as someone would who had English as their first language.”

Prosecutors declare {the teenager} willingly wrote and signed the doc.

However the teenager says she was pressured by police to vary her story with the phrases dictated in ‘Greek English’ by Detective Sergeant Marios Christou.

She has been in Cyprus since July, has needed to give up her passport, and was initially held in jail earlier than being granted bail.

{The teenager} denies public mischief but when convicted faces as much as a 12 months in jail.

After listening to closing statements decide Andreas Papathanasiou adjourned the trial till November 28, when he’ll announce his verdict.

The woman’s family have set up a GoFundMe site to help pay the costs.

They yesterday revealed estimated costs for travel and legal help had jumped to 60,000, and have raised 42,000 already.

 The girl was staying at the Pambos Napa Rocks Hotel at the time of the incident


The woman was staying on the Pambos Napa Rocks Resort on the time of the incidentCredit score: Jamie Lorriman
 The room in which the incident occurred


The room through which the incident occurredCredit score: COLLECT
 Ayia Napa is a party spot popular with Brit tourists


Ayia Napa is a celebration spot widespread with Brit vacationersCredit score: Jamie Lorriman

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