A woman has revealed that she & # 39; countless times & # 39; in a & # 39; torture house & # 39; was snatched and raped by a stalker who was never caught by the police in a new Channel 5 documentary.
In Snatched and Sold for Sex, which is broadcast tonight at 9 p.m., Sunny Angel (40) from Surrey tells how her stalker followed her for a year and even threatened to set fire to her house unless she did what he said.
After he demanded that she move in with him, Sunny says that she & # 39; countless times & # 39; was raped and tortured for months in a remote house before she finally managed to escape.
& # 39; He made me do all kinds of disgusting things, watch porn, really be of service to him & she said. & # 39; I call it the torture house because of the things he would do to me. & # 39;
& # 39; He had put cigarettes on my back, he had cut me, he used glass, he hit me with his leather belt. & # 39;
Sunny Angel, 40, from Surrey, reveals how she was thrown away by her stalker as a teenager before moving to a & # 39; torture house & # 39; and was raped countless times in tonight's episode of Snatch and Sold For Sex from Channel 5
She continues: & # 39; I was held in that room for six months and raped me countless, hundreds and hundreds of times. & # 39;
The stalker of Sunny, however, managed to escape justice and was never caught by the police.
In the documentary she tells about the terrible ordeal, revealing that it all started when she was only 17 years old.
She explains how she walked through the park when she was approached by a 40-year-old man.
& # 39; It was a Saturday morning and I just did my own thing & # 39 ;, she says. & # 39; I didn't know anyone was following me until he really stopped me. & # 39;
Sunny describes how she felt at the time and said her heart was pounding when he revealed that he had been following her for a year.
Sunny (photo) says her stalker followed her for a year before approaching her and demanding that she do what he said
She explains: & # 39; I said, "Why are you doing this?" and he said, "You'll have to look and see what I'm going to do."
Sunny later received a call from an unknown number and was shocked when he heard it was him.
"He said," Look outside your house, "and there he was with a lighter that turned it on and off," she explains. "He told me he knew where I lived and if I didn't what he said, he would burn it down.
& # 39;I said that I would do what he wanted me to do because I wanted to protect my family. & # 39;
The 40-year-old says she & # 39; countless times & # 39; has been raped while living in a remote building & # 39; a torture house & # 39;
He began demanding that he take her to work every day, before deterring Sunny by violently threatening her family if she told anyone the truth.
& # 39; Nobody at work wondered what was going on, i just hidden it & # 39 ;, she explains in tonight's episode.
& # 39; I just became very quiet at work. I was really scared. I kept losing who I was. He said that I was his property and that he could do whatever he wanted with me. & # 39;
When she was delivered, she went to the police, but in 1997 stalking was not considered a crime and nobody took her seriously.
Sunny (photo) reveals that she went to the police to report her stalker, but at that stage in 1997 stalking was not considered a crime
Isolated and nowhere to turn, she fell deeper under his control until he finally demanded that she leave the house and move in with him.
& # 39; I can't just leave the house, the shame, the shame – as an Asian girl you can't just leave the house & she says, before adding that she was destroyed by the suggestion. & # 39; But he forced me to leave the house, he said: & # 39; I'll take you somewhere for a better life. & # 39; & # 39;
He drove her into the remote countryside to a semi-detached house that she says is & # 39; really rough & # 39; looked from the outside.
He closed the windows and removed all the furniture from the bedroom, apart from the bed and the TV, before telling her that he had a & # 39; fixation with virgins and that she would be his ninth & # 39 ;.
The 40-year-old (shown in tonight's documentary) reveals how she spent six months in the & # 39; torture house & # 39; was held and faced with & # 39; countless rapes & # 39; and violence
& # 39; What he would do was visit when he felt like it, when he wanted to beat me up or raped me & # 39 ;, she says, talking about the next six months. & # 39; It was just awful. & # 39;
What is stalking?
Charity Suzy Lamplugh Trust defines stalking as & # 39; a pattern of fixed and obsessive behavior that is repetitive, persistent, intrusive and causes fear of violence or causes alarm and anxiety to the victim & # 39 ;.
Stalking is not legally defined, but the changes include a list of example behavior that follows, contacting / trying to make contact, publishing statements or material about the victim, monitoring the victim (including online), hanging out in a public or private place, interfering with ownership, watching or spying.
The law on protection against harassment was introduced in June 1997 and was subsequently amended by the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012.
Sunny hoped that her abductor would change.
& # 39; Even through all the blows, there were those times when, if I only looked nicer or just admitted, I would love me or stop being so filthy or the one day he wouldn't rape me , & # 39; she says.
The abuse continued for months before he said he intended to sell her on to others as soon as he finished her.
& # 39; I kept trying to kill myself & # 39 ;, Sunny explains. & # 39; I begged him to kill me. Every rape, every time he tortured me, I just wanted it to end. & # 39;
She finally managed to escape after her abductor had left the keys behind the front door.
& # 39; It felt like my whole body had come back to life & # 39 ;, she says. & # 39; My heart just flew, literally flowing. I was scared, but I was just so happy. & # 39;
But it wasn't long before her stalker managed to track her down, force her into his car, and rap her for what he said the & # 39; last time & # 39; would be.
Sunny (photo) says her escape felt like her & # 39; whole body had come back to life & # 39; after months of rape and torture
Sunny couldn't live with the trauma, tried to take her own life and woke up in the hospital.
But somehow her stalker even managed to call her at the hospital and tell her: & You can't even kill yourself, do you? I've been with you, look at your state. & # 39;
The perpetrator of Sunny was never tried and disappeared after skipping the bail for credit card fraud charges. She is now working to raise awareness and has written a book about her experience.
& # 39; Every day I receive thousands of messages from other victims, survivors, other people who have been raped and stalked & she says. & # 39; Just contact me to thank you – it was worth it for that. & # 39;
Now, Sunny (photo) campaigns to raise awareness and receive thousands of messages from other survivors every day
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