The woman, who goes by the name ‘Anna Ruston’, claims she was kidnapped after her parents and grandmother died.
She says she was taken in by a taxi driver she calls ‘Malik’, who recognised she was vulnerable and didn’t have a support network who would question her whereabouts.
Describing her ordeal in newly released misery memoir Secret Slave, Ms Ruston insists she initially enjoyed Malik’s attention and was grateful to have been welcomed into his home, where she would be treated to chapatis and milky tea.
But then one day, Malik called her a “white slut” before raping her and locking her in a room where she was reportedly forced to go to the toilet in a can.
She was then raped every night for the next 13 years, according to her book reported by the Mirror. …
She claims she was overjoyed the first time she got pregnant, because: “When you feel a baby move in your stomach with you, you are not alone.” She said Malik stopped beating her when she was pregnant but took her baby away the moment it was born. Anna fears Malik then “sold them.”
The deadly combination of political correctness and Islam:
In chilling echoes of the Rotherham child sexual abuse scandal, Anna claims authorities failed to target Malik because they were afraid of being seen as prejudiced.
She said: “Malik dressed me in his culture’s clothes, dyed my hair black, made me wear a scarf and keep my head down. When he spoke for me they thought it was a cultural thing. And I think people are scared to be accused of discrimination.”
hat-tip Stephen Neil