raped in his mansion in solitary confinement in “panic rooms”

Benjamin Mendi He was absent from the pitch for a season after being denounced by several women for having committed rape and sexual assault. The lawsuit against the player Manchester City started last week and The royal court of Chester the jury begins to listen to formulas that the victims detail about how the alleged crimes were committed. The 28-year-old left-back denies all 10 charges allegedly made between October 2018 and 2021.

In the lawsuit, Mendy is described as a ‘predator’ who ‘designed situations’ in which he could rape and sexually assault women with his friend Louis Saha Matturie. It should be emphasized that this has nothing to do with who was a player in the Manchester United of the same name, Benjamin being neither near nor far from Ferland Mendyplayer real Madridnor of Edouard Mendykeeper of Chelsea F.C.. In the past they were confused and this caused the indignation of the people concerned.

The prosecution claimed that nine of the alleged crimes were committed at Mendy’s home address in cheshire. The player, through his friend, would have taken the victims in a mansion in the village of Mottram St Andrewclose to Macclesfield. It’s a remote place, where the nearest town was Prestbury and it was a 15 minute walk down an unlit country road. They couldn’t access them by cell phone and had “panic room” systems to lock them in.

Benjamin Mendy arrives at Chester Crown Court.

Benjamin Mendy arrives at Chester Crown Court.

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The prosecution insisted on warning the jury that the defendants will say that “the women consented to sex voluntarily and often with enthusiasm” and argued that “Mendy wanted all women who came to his address to be available for sex. sexual”. There are up to 13 women who testified against the footballer and his friend. They all defend that they used their influence to try to take advantage of them.

There are seven who denounce Mendy directly and two others who denounce that the two friends raped them. Saha allegedly raped eight young men. The average age is 20 years and nine months, while there is one who claims to be 17 at the time of the alleged rape. The player is free on bail without being able to leave the country and still suspended by Manchester City until the end of a trial which they say could last up to three months.

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Two of the women said Mendy raped them in those locked rooms thanks to the panic system. The prosecution defends that the player was not in a state of “sexual ignorance about how it all worked” and that “he knew very well what he was doing”. “They turned finding women for sex into a game,” he says. Timothy Cray, the lawyer responsible for representing the victims. The trial will give new episodes this week.

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