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Filipina, Bangladeshi Lovers Jailed in Hong Kong For Making False Rape Report
A Filipina domestic helper and her Bangladeshi boyfriend were jailed on Feb. 22, after pleading guilty to making a police statement falsely accusing another man of rape.
Florgefel Flores Nueva and MD Aslam Uddin also pleaded guilty to a joint charge of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice when they first appeared at the District Court on Feb. 18.
Nueva admitted inducing Uddin’s friend, against whom he had a secret grudge, to having consensual sex, and then falsely accused him of rape on Jun 3 last year.
Afterwards, she went along with Uddin’s plan to have herself tied up and dumped in the New Territories while another accomplice called up the police to alert them. Nueva told police it was Uddin’s friend, a tailor, who was behind her abduction.
Nueva was jailed for 28 months, while Uddin, who masterminded the crimes, was locked up for 44 months.
In sentencing, Judge Tallentire told Uddin: “You are the architect of the conspiracies. You abused the ill-advised affection D1 (Nueva) felt for you. Clearly, that affection was not reciprocated.”
Nueva, a widow with two children, elicited some sympathy from the judge, who said she was “clearly beguiled” by her boyfriend that she ended up offering sexual favors to help establish the rape against his friend. The judge stressed that it was Uddin who stood to benefit from “unjust, false accusations” against an innocent man.
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