A woman was raped, kicked, taken on the neck, burned with cigarettes and held captive in an apartment in Copenhagen in november last year.
It takes the public prosecutor at Copenhagen Police, who have charged a 23-year-old man of ill-treatment, coercion, extortion, rape, threats and detention of the woman.
It appears by the indictment in the case, which on Wednesday begins in the Copenhagen city Court.
the Assaults on the woman must be going on in the course of about nine hours the 17. november last year, where the woman was held captive, since she, according to the indictment did not dare to leave the apartment.
in Addition to the 23-year-old at a time have removed the handle to the apartment's bedroom, watched her text messages, taken her phone and computer and directed her to smile, as they went shopping in a kiosk.
In the course of the approximately nine hours, the man should have raped the woman four to six times, while he held her fast. The woman said, according to the indictment stop in the beginning, but gave up then to make resistance.
The 23-year-old is also accused of having burned the woman with cigarettes in several places on the body - among other things, on the neck and chest. According to the indictment got the woman 25 burns with andengradsforbrændinger.
The young man should also have beaten and kicked her while she lay down, and several times taken halsgreb on her. The woman got in addition to burns underhudsblødninger as well as abrasions on the face and body.
the Prosecutor has raised the case as a jury trial, which happens if there is a requirement for at least four years in prison. The defendants have, however, opted out of the nævninger, then it instead be treated as a domsmandssag.
the Man was remanded in custody, the day after the attacks must have taken place. By grundlovsforhøret refused, he pleaded guilty and explained that the two had had a relationship over the last year.
He told me that he had sex with the woman, but that there was consent from both sides.
It was the woman herself, who contacted the police and underwent a forensic examination. Here, one could see that she had contusions in her eyes.
When it emerged that there were marks on the neck, so as not to be able to say whether the woman had been in mortal danger.
There were at grundlovsforhøret requested a navneforbud for both the man and the woman.