A BRITISH teenager has been reportedly raped on the holiday island of Majorca by two men.
The 17-year-old victim was reportedly forced to shower after the alleged rape to eliminate evidence that could incriminate them.
The teen told police the rape took place in a hotel in Andratx and described the attackers as “a famous Vietnamese actor and musician,” Ultima Hora reports.
She said she met the artists,aged 37 and 42, in a nearby restaurant and started socialising with them.
The girl’s aunt is said to have alerted the police after being contacted by her relative.
She described them as an "actor and musician with a long professional career in the south-east Asian country."
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They were arrested at the unnamed hotel, in the early hours of Saturday morning, and have now been released on bail but banned from leaving Spain pending an ongoing criminal probe after appearing before an investigating magistrate in a closed court hearing.
The British teenager is believed to have left the island with her family after ratifying her police statement in front of the same judge.
The outlet reports that the men and the girl were staying in separate hotels in the municipality of Andratx and got into a conversation at a nearby restaurant before she agreed to go to the place where the Vietnamese pair were staying after spending time on the beach with them.
She was examined by doctors at Son Espases Hospital in the Majorcan capital Palma as part of standard protocol before making her police statement.
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Neither of the two men arrested has yet been named.
As well as being banned from leaving Spain they have also been asked to surrender their passports.
Local reports said they declined to answer questions when they appeared before the investigating judge shortly after their arrests.
It is not yet known if they were formally questioned by police before being taken to court.
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