For 44-year-old Delhi estate agent, the rape allegations leveled against him in June 2015 ruined his life. It all started when he caught a female employee embezzling from him. Out of spite, the lady coerced another woman to pose as a potential buyer and lure him to a flat. The next thing Gupta knew, rape charges were being leveled against him. The charges were later dropped after the woman recanted her story when the case went to court and CCTV evidence was provided
In another shocking false rape accusation. A woman from Indore was arrested by Anjuna police, after she accused a Mumbai based businessman of raping her. The whole ordeal started in 2016 when the woman alleged that the 56-year-old man took her to a hotel room in Anjuna and raped her. The businessman, was cleared after the police verified that he was present at Mumbai during the time of the rape through his cells phone and CCTV footage
The 20-year-old college girl had gone to Charkop police station on 7th July and claimed that she was kidnapped and raped by three men in a moving car. She told the police that on Thursday morning when she was on her way to college, an Ecco car stopped in front of her and they had dragged her inside it. She also claimed she was thrown out of the car near Aksa beach, after her limbs were tied with rope. The girl’s lies came to light after the police checked CCTV footage in the area she said she was at and found out that she was never there. The girl then confessed that she said that she leveled charges of rape against her friend after he abused her mother.
A 26-year-old nurse with a Thane-based hospital, fed up of fights at home, faked her kidnapping to harass her husband. The Naupada police had registered a case and found during investigation that she had faked it. In her complaint on June 13th, The woman said she was kidnapped by an auto-rickshaw driver along with two other people, who used chloroform to make her unconscious and sexually assaulted her. She claimed she boarded an auto-rickshaw from Hari Niwas circle near Naupada.
A 38-year-old man, Hemant Reddy, was granted bail by the Sessions court on Feb 22nd after a 17-year-old girl implicated him. She had earlier alleged that he had raped her. But, in reality, she was in a physical relationship with her friend’s brother and was five months pregnant. Fearing her family’s outrage, she implicated Reddy.
In another case of fake rape charges, a 20-year-old woman charged a 34-year-old man with rape, unintentionally. Yes, apparently the man promised the woman that he would marry her. They had a physically intimate relationship, but she later found out that he was already married. The woman in question wanted to file a case of cheating against the man, but she alleges that the police booked him for rape, under section 376 of the IPC. The case was filed in May 2016 and the FIR was quashed later that year.
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