Friday, October 4, 2019

Excited students exchange high-fives after r3ping '10 out of 10 drunk' woman in club

Two post graduate students were caught on CCTV laughing and exchanging high-fives after r3ping a "ten out of ten drunk" young woman in a nightclub maintenance room, a court heard yesterday.

Just six minutes after the 25-year-old woman met Ferdinando Orlando, 25, and Lorenzo Costanzo, 26, at the Toy Room Club under the London Palladium they were having s3x in the side room near the toilets, the jury were told.

Orlando, of St George's Square, Pimlico, is currently studying a post-graduate degree in International Law and Costanzo is taking a post-graduate masters degree in Business & Management.


Both have pleaded not guilty to two counts of r3ping the petite woman in the early hours of February 26 2017, insisting she consented after swapping kisses with them on the dance floor.

'Prosecutor Allison Hunter QC told the Isleworth Crown Court jury the nightclub CCTV will show the three meeting: "They can be seen to pass her from one to the other, each of them taking it in turns to kiss her."

Orlando then leads the woman to the maintenance room as she holds onto his waist, with Costanzo behind, steering her as she leans into him, the court heard.

"I was in the middle of them so it was hard to get away from them," the woman told the jury. "They were the support for me walking."

All three emerge sixteen minutes later, with the woman sandwiched between the defendants.

"Orlando can be seen to re-arrange her dress, which was twisted and raised at the front, to cover her modesty," said the prosecutor.

"The pair propel her towards the ladies' toilet, where they open the door and put her inside and turn and run down the corridor.

"They ran straight up the stairs to the outside, where they can be seen hugging, high-fiving each other, strong arming, laughing and looking at what appear to be images or videos on a mobile phone.

"They engage in gestures simulating s3xual intercourse and oral intercourse and appear to laugh and congratulate each other.

"It is the prosecution case that she was not able to consent to what she sustained at the will of these two defendants," added Ms Hunter.

The complainant maintained she could remember nothing and the lawyer suggested the CCTV outside the room revealed her true feelings.

"You appear to be smiling. You gave them the impression you were having a good time."

The trial continues.

3 comments:

  1. They need to be punished for it

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  2. Children of this generation

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  3. They know what awaits them if they are found guilty. Best of luck

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