Girl, 13, is accused of inventing a story that she has been kidnapped and sexually abused in a park in Chicago
- The girl said she was attacked Tuesday at 3.40 p.m. near Humboldt Park
- She said a man with a hoodie around his face grabbed her from behind
- She claims that she then drove to the park where she was sexually abused
- The girl said the man was driving his vehicle after the alleged attack
- However, Chicago police officers called her allegations Wednesday & # 39; unfounded & # 39;
- They have not released any information about why they think they lied
A 13-year-old girl has been accused of lying to the police by claiming she has been abducted and taken to a park in Chicago to be raped.
The nameless girl told officers she was being attacked while walking along the street at Humboldt Park on Tuesday at 3:40 PM.
She said that a man with a dark hoodie wrapped his face around her and then put her in a maroon vehicle.
The girl told officers that she was then taken on a short drive to the nearby park where she was sexually abused by the lagoon.
It is where she was found a short time later.
The girl claimed that she was sexually assaulted Tuesday afternoon by the lagoon in Humboldt Park in Chicago (above). The police now say that her story & # 39; unfounded & # 39; is, but does not mean why
The girl claimed to have been abducted when she walked down Hirsch Street in Chicago on Tuesday at 3:40 PM. It is unclear whether she returned home from school
The distance from where the girl said she was abducted to where she says she was attacked in the park is not substantial. The police didn't reveal why they think they lied
The Chicago police station issued a community alarm following a call. It is unclear whether the girl called 911 or whether someone else was responsible for involving the authorities.
On Wednesday evening, however, the police said her story & # 39; unfounded & # 39; used to be.
A Chicago police spokesperson did not immediately respond to questions from DailyMail.com on Thursday morning.
It is unclear what the girl's supposed motive was apparently to lie.
The incident coincides with the growing success of a new Netflix mini series based on a true story of a young woman who is falsely accused of making up for being raped.
The show, called Unbelievable, has won rave reviews and is one of the most viewed on the streaming service site.
The police have not indicated that they intend to accuse the 13-year-old in Chicago of submitting a false report.
The incident coincides with the success of Unbelievable, a new Netflix mini-series about a young woman who is falsely accused of filing a fake police report after being raped. A scene from the show is shown. The police won't say if they think the 13-year-old girl in the Chicago case watched the show
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