A woman who claims she was gang-raped by a security guard at a Tesco supermarket in London has come forward to say she felt humiliated by the encounter and the way he treated his victim.
In an exclusive interview with The Jerusalem Pro, the woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, described how she was taken into a car and held in a “very, very bad position”.
The woman said the guard sexually assaulted her when she was alone in a car parked outside a Tescos supermarket in the City of London’s fashionable Kensington district on December 16 last year.
She said the man took her to a car where he sexually assaulted and raped her, saying “if she doesn’t stop me, I’m going to shoot her”.
The man then drove off, leaving her crying and traumatised, she said.
The woman, a mother of three, said she was on her way to the bus stop when she saw a man pull into a parking space, and a man approaching her from behind, and told him she was there with her friend.
“I just stood there for a long time, and then suddenly he jumped on top of me and raped me,” she said in an interview with the Jerusalem Pro.
At the time, she was wearing a black bikini, a light pink t-shirt, and jeans.
The woman was then taken to a nearby police station, where she was questioned by officers who told her she was lying and that the incident had happened “several times”.
She said she felt as though she was being blackmailed by the man who she said had asked her: “You’re going to have to be careful because we don’t want you in there with us.”
She added that the officer then threatened to shoot at her if she did not stop him, and she felt terrified at that point.
After a few days, she returned to the supermarket where she said the security guard told her: ‘We’ll take care of you’.”‘
He was like a man’: Woman reveals she was beaten and raped at Tescos by security guardThe woman told the Jerusalem Post: “I had just come out of a bar and I was just going out and my friend was standing next to me.
He was looking at me and then he saw me, and he started to approach me and started grabbing my hair and my shirt and I had to fight him off.
“I remember he was like, ‘You have a long way to go, you have to get up’.”
She said he started hitting me with his hands, and when I started to scream, he started grabbing me and throwing me down.
“She said that she fought back by hitting him and screaming “No!
“The security guard then said: ‘Just come with me.’
I didn’t want him to hurt me, so I just grabbed my friend and started screaming and screaming.”
After a while, I said, ‘OK, just come with us’.
“And then he just walked away.”
She continued to scream and I started crying, so then I said: “What is going on?”
She said: He said: I’m not going to hurt you.
“She told the newspaper she was left with no option but to take her friend with her, and that she was still afraid.
‘The only option is to get away’: Woman who was gang raped by security guards at Tescsons London store says she feels ‘disgusted’The woman’s story follows similar claims of rape made by three women at a London Tesco in January and February, who both said they were raped at a different store by security officers.
The Tesco woman, whose name has been changed to protect her identity, told The Jerusalem Press: “He [the security guard] was just a normal guy, very good looking, he was very tall and well-groomed.
There was no reason to take him seriously.
I was just trying to get out of the car and get away.
“She also said the incident took place at a “different store”, and the three women said the same.
According to the Jerusalem Press, the man said: “When I approached him he grabbed my hair with both hands and I fell to the ground and he raped me.
I just screamed.
“The woman also said she had been on a number of dates with the security guards in the weeks before the attack, and was concerned for her safety.
But she said she did nothing to stop the men, and said she believed the security officers were just looking out for themselves.
She added: “The only reason I did nothing was because I don’t think that’s my right to do.”
The Tescos employee, who asked not to be named, said that while the security employees were “very nice and polite” the women were “really aggressive and aggressive”.
The employee said she also felt “disgust” for