19-year-old UK tourist to appear in Cypriot court on mistrust of constituting spuriou complaint
Police in Cyprus have liberated seven Israeli tourists from detention and said the British teenager who alleged them of organization abuse would face courtroom on mistrust of making a false allegation.
” All seven Israelis have been exhausted, since 10 am ,” a police spokesman said.” The young woman will be put in place to law tomorrow morning .”
Earlier, a police root said the British teenager had been arrested on” freights of granting a fallaciou testimony over an hypothetical offence “.
The 19 -year-old woman had alleged that 12 Israelis gang raped her at the hotel where she was staying in the resort of Ayia Napa on 17 July. The young Israelis were remanded in custody the next day. But hours before their second appearance in court, five were exhausted and sent home late on Thursday.
The remaining seven had their remand ordering replaced on Friday for another six epoches. None had been charged, and both hearings has just taken place behind closed doors because some of the suspects were minors.
Yaniv Habari, a Cyprus-based Israeli lawyer who represented one of the accuseds, said:” The complainant apparently changed her version, and based on such a the researcher making a decision handout the seven .”
Ayia Napa is a magnet for younger tourists captivated by its party reputation and white-hot sand beaches. Britain is the island’s biggest tourist market, with around 1.3 million UK citizens touring to Cyprus every year. It is also popular with Israeli tourists.