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The three men then pushed her through the house, threw her like a rag doll and wrote humiliating words on her body. She was also burned by lighters and part of her hair was shaved against her will (stock)

& # 39; Dirty & # 39; friend and two mates threaten to cut the breasts of teenage girls and & # 39; sl * t & # 39; and & # 39; w *** e & # 39; to write about her whole body in a horror of six hours – and none of them are in prison

  • The victim was 14 years old at the time of the horrific attack on March 31 last year
  • Her boyfriend at the time was her oldest for six years and the girl sexually humiliated
  • Two men also degraded the young victim with threats, abuse and vicious behavior
  • The three men were treated in court and released from prison
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A teenage girl tortured by her friend and two of his comrades told how they threatened to cut her breasts and burn her with cigarette lighters during a shocking six-hour ordeal.

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The victim, then 14 years old, was taken to her boyfriend's house in Coolangatta, on the Gold Coast on March 31 last year.

She was tormented for hours by the men who threw her around like a rag doll and wrote & # 39; sl * t & # 39; and & # 39; w *** e & # 39; everywhere in her body.

All three men have now been treated by the courts and have been released from prison.

At the sentencing of the third man in the Southport district court on Thursday, the judge said the victim was subject to & # 39; nasty & # 39 ;, & # 39; humiliating & # 39; and & # 39; humiliating & # 39; behaviour.

The three men then pushed her through the house, threw her like a rag doll and wrote humiliating words on her body. She was also burned by lighters and part of her hair was shaved against her will (stock)

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The three men then pushed her through the house, threw her like a rag doll and wrote humiliating words on her body. She was also burned by lighters and part of her hair was shaved against her will (stock)

The issue was dealt with in the Southport district court (photo), where the judge found that the young victim was subject to & # 39; nasty & # 39 ;, & # 39; humiliating & # 39; and & # 39; humiliating & # 39; behaviour.

The issue was dealt with in the Southport district court (photo), where the judge found that the young victim was subject to & # 39; nasty & # 39 ;, & # 39; humiliating & # 39; and & # 39; humiliating & # 39; behaviour.

The issue was dealt with in the Southport district court (photo), where the judge found that the young victim was subject to & # 39; nasty & # 39 ;, & # 39; humiliating & # 39; and & # 39; humiliating & # 39; behaviour.

In a candid interview with the The Gold Coast Bulletin the girl showed how her friend, who is six years older, offered to take her to her father's house after she asked for a ride on social media.

Along the way the friend made a detour to his house where two of his friends were waiting.

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She told the court that she & # 39; had a bad feeling & # 39; after he had changed another way.

At his house, the three men then pushed her around the house, threw her like a rag doll and wrote humiliating words all over her body. She was also burned by lighters and part of her hair was shaved against her will.

At one point one of the men dragged a knife down her throat before threatening to cut her breasts.

& # 39; I still feel his shaking hands down my throat. He squeezed so hard that I thought my throat would pop out & # 39; (stock)

& # 39; I still feel his shaking hands down my throat. He squeezed so hard that I thought my throat would pop out & # 39; (stock)

& # 39; I still feel his shaking hands down my throat. He squeezed so hard that I thought my throat would pop out & # 39; (stock)

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Then another of the men made unwanted sexual advances to the young girl and grabbed her throat.

& # 39; I could not breathe physically.

& # 39; I still feel his shaking hands down my throat. He squeezed so hard that I thought my throat would pop out. & # 39;

She remembered that one of the men had told her they & # 39; just wanted to make a joke & # 39 ;.

The girl was asked why she didn't just walk away & # 39; and said they had all her things and were afraid what they would do if she called the police.

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& # 39; At one point I didn't think I would survive it alive, & # 39; she told the publication.

The girl has attended counseling and has now returned to school where she hopes to become a lawyer.

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