Two women who say they were sexually assaulted by a group of refugee men had their case dismissed after a prosecutor said that the assault was just to “show in this way they were interested in you,” a German TV show revealed.
According to the U.K. Express, two young women from Bad Zwischenahn — identified only as Katharina and Lucille — went on TV show “The Hot Chair” and described what they’d been through.
“At a festival I was bothered by a refugee,” 20-year-old Katharina said. “He groped my intimate area. Eight policemen arrested him.”
However, she said that when the police officers went away, the whole group of migrants descended upon her to assault her.
“And no one helped me,” she said.
The show then dug up something that the Public Prosecutor’s Office in Oldenburg wrote to the girls while investigating the case.