Posted on April 9, 2018

Irish Teacher ‘Gang Raped’ by Six Men While on Holiday in Prague

Viktoria Mirvajova, The Sun, April 8, 2018

The Irish woman allegedly gang raped by six men in Prague told cops how she could feel her attackers taking turns to assault her.

The teacher, who’s now back in Ireland, says she was attacked by six Algerian ­students in a hotel in the ­capital on Easter Monday.

The woman told police that she was scared and closed her eyes during the attack.

She said: “I felt how they were changing on me [one after another]. I was very scared, felt terrible. I told myself I was stupid.

“I was upset. I thought they would kill me.”

The men, who were travelling together through Europe, were paraded before a court in Prague on Wednesday after armed police stormed their apartment.

A dramatic video shows armed Czech police bursting into a building and arresting the six men — all aged between 20 to 24.

The shocking clip shows cops ramming through a barricaded door and handcuffing the alleged rapists before taking them out of the building.

Further details of the horror attack were released by police in the Czech capital ­yesterday.

It is understood the woman only arrived in Prague with five other friends on Sunday evening.

They went to a nightclub where she met one of the Algerian men, after which she returned with him to his ­accommodation.

The woman told police the man then became aggressive.

She said in her statement: “He started to be very abusive so I fought with him.”

She reported the man then became angry and left the room. The woman started to collect her clothes and put them on.

She added: “Then he got back with his friends and they started to rape me.”

The Irishwoman said she believed all six men raped her, but she did not look at them.

It is understood one of the men accompanied her to the reception of the hotel and called her taxi.

He then went back to his apartment. The woman told the receptionist that she had been raped.

The receptionist called the police, but the men refused to let the police officers enter their ­apartment — at which point the officers called the special unit.

Prague police spokesman Jan Danek told The Irish Sun: “The woman left Prague on Thursday.

“She was in Prague with a group of friends.

“The alleged offenders are in custody. The investigation is ongoing and when all the men or some of the men are found guilty the police will request their accusation.

“Now it is not clear whether the woman will have to come to Prague again to be present at the possible trial.”