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Boys raped and sexually assaulted in UK hotel used to house migrants

A boy was allegedly raped and another sexually assaulted in separate incidents at an east London hotel housing migrants at taxpayer expense, according to reports.

The alleged attacks allegedly took place in September and October, with a man in his 30s arrested in connection with the rape and a 17-year-old arrested for the sexual assault, which involved a child under the age of 13.

“Police were called on Wednesday October 5 to a report of a rape at a hotel in Waltham Forest,” the Metropolitan Police spokesman said of the October incident in comments to The Sun Online.

“Officers attended the scene and spoke to the victim, a teenage boy, and his family. Specialist support is provided,” the spokesperson continued.

“A man in his thirties was arrested at the scene and taken into custody.”

Incredibly, the man has since been released on bail and will remain free until “a date in early January 2023”.

The Met, as the British capital’s main multicultural police force is commonly known, added of the September incident, a “man, believed to be 17 years old… charged on Sunday September 11 with one count of sexual assault sexual assault on a child under the age of 13”.

He was also released on bail, but will appear in court a little earlier, on November 9.

The Met confirmed that the charge “also relates to an incident at a hotel in Waltham Forest” and that the alleged victim “is being supported by specialist officers”.

It is likely that the force only stated that the suspect in this case was “assumed” to be 17 because many underage migrants on the cusp of legal adulthood do not produce documentary evidence to prove their stated age.

Indeed, in 2021, authorities discovered that around 1,500 migrants claiming to be minors were later confirmed to be adults, and more than 50 were over 30 – well above the age of majority.

Many other “child” migrants who were in fact adults were probably not identified in 2021, as Britain failed to carry out scientific age tests such as “x-rays to examine the development of teeth and fusion of the wrist bones” like many continental European countries, such as France, Greece and Norway.

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