7 charged after Yongzhou girl Lele, 11, raped over 100 times in 3 months

Updated: 10 Dec 2010
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Tang Juan showing a notice she put up on the street in search for Lele
An 11-year-old girl was raped over 100 times in three months.
The incident occurred in 2006, but was only exposed a few days ago when the girl's mother Tang Juan wrote about it on her weibo (mini blog) on Nov 28.
Tang Juan of Yongzhou in China has appealed to the public for folk medicinal prescriptions to help her daughter Lele, who has contracted a sexually-transmitted disease and suffers from minor mental problems after the rapes.
On Oct 1, 2006, Lele followed 23-year-old Zhou Junhui - whom she befriended at an ice-skating arena nearby - to dinner.
After that, he took her to a video shop where he raped her several times.
He threatened the girl not to tell anyone otherwise he would tell her teachers and classmates, and even kill her entire family.
Two days later, he forced her to follow him to "work".
Tang Juan is being consoled by her husband when she cries while talking about Lele's ordeal
Lele left a note for her parents: "Mama, I can't study anymore, they want me to work, I must go. Mama, I will be back, I must come back…"
Tang Juan lodged a police report and went everywhere searching for the girl. Police believed the 11-year-old was abducted.
She also put up missing person notices in other places.
On Dec 20 2006, a man called and told her he saw a girl that looked like Lele at a leisure club.
Tang Juan called the police who rescued Lele from the place.
The girl told her mother that she was assaulted and forced into prostitution.
Lele said she had had sex for over 100 times since she left home.
At one time, she was even gang-raped by four men for five hours, Lele said.
For every customer she served, Lele got 30 yuan (RM14) while the leisure club boss took 70 yuan (RM33).
But all the money she earned was taken by Zhou.
Police have charged seven people in connection with the case.
SOURCE: Daily Chilli
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