An 18-year-old asylum seeker in Germany was just arrested on rape charges — shortly after he was released from prison for a rape charge.
The man, who is not being named in the media, denies the allegations.
But the alleged victim said she was attacked in Esslingen, inside a home.
The Daily Mail has the story:
An Afghan asylum seeker has been accused of raping a 13-year-old girl in Germany.
The 18-year-old man was arrested on Thursday last week after the girl contacted police to say he had attacked her inside a home in Esslingen, near Stuttgart.
The man previously served a year in juvenile detention for attempted rape and was released in December last year under court supervision.
Police and prosecutors in Esslingen said the girl visited the man at his apartment in the city on Monday after becoming friends.
It was in the apartment that he allegedly forced her to have sex against her will.
The girl saw the man in the city’s downtown area again on Wednesday when he threatened her, before she reported the attack to police.
He was arrested at his home the following day, Süddeutsche Zeitung reports. He has denied the allegations.
A spokesman of the German Interior Ministry said it is not possible to tell whether the man will be deported while the investigation is ongoing.
But, the spokesman pointed out, deportation is mandatory for any asylum seeker handed a prison sentence of three years or more.
Asylum seekers can also be deported if they have received a prison sentence between one and three years for crimes directed against another person’s physical integrity or sexual self-determination.
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