Malaysian authorities rescue Moroccan woman from hands of Sudanese mensenhandelbende

The Malaysian Police managed to rescue a 19-year-old Moroccan woman who was held captive and forced to become a sex slave by a mensenhandelbende in Kuala Lumpur, according to the Malaysian news website The Star Online.

On July 26, landed the young Moroccan woman in Malaysia. She thought they got the chance to work in a beauty salon, but they quickly proved to have ended up in a nightmare. She was in a house in Jalan Ampang in Kuala Lumpur held and sexually abused.

According to The Star Online succeeded the girl managed to ask for help from a friend in Malaysia and she was eventually rescued on 19 August. She was repeatedly raped by the people-smuggling gang, that of Sudanese origin seems to be.

The main suspect in the case is a 59-year-old Sudanese man who promised a work contract in the aforementioned beauty salon. The Malaysian authorities managed to arrest the man in question, as well as another suspect, a 56-year-old Sudanese man.

According to the local authorities claimed the suspects that they were caught the girl because she was not familiar with the country, reports the Star Online.

"The girl was sexually abused almost every day and they treated her as a sex slave", told a police officer to the news website.

Currently, there are no further details by the Malaysian authorities or the Moroccan Consulate in the Asian country. The State of the victim and her medical and psychological state are still unknown, as well as whether they already has returned to Morocco.

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