U.K. Woman Convicted for Falsely Accusing Men of Rape, Trafficking, and Battery
A U.K. (United Kingdom) woman by the name of Eleanor Williams has been sentenced to eight and a half years in prison for falsely accusing men, whom she hardly even knew, of committing illegal activities on her and other females.
Reportedly, the woman bought a hammer and inflicted severe wounds on herself to aid in her story which stated that she was sold as a slave and forced to attend sexual gatherings by the men. It was reported that one of the men only asked her for a light on the street, while another was accused of heading an international grooming gang, which he used to traffic her and other females across the U.K.
Williams even provided the real names of other girls whom she proclaimed to have been trafficked and created fake social media accounts in an attempt to solidify her claims. The third victim of her crime had even spent time in jail because of her accusations.
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After she posted the horrendous activities that she accused the men of, along with images of her extensive injuries, it sparked public outrage and demonstrations in her hometown. Since then, hate crimes in her hometown of Barrow-in-Furness have tripled in number.
Watch the video report of the woman who falsely accused men of physical and sexual abuse along with human trafficking below: