According to the indictment a man shall have enticed the woman to move to Tromsø. After that she came to the country, he should have made a profile in her name on a website, writes northern lights.
"He established contact with various men and ordered her to have sexual intercourse with these partly against consideration", states the indictment. The prosecution believes the man put pressure on the woman, among other things, by creating uncertainty around their her.
After two years, she moved from the man in november 2015. She has since had been living somewhere else, and he is subject to visit and kontaktforbud.
– It has been a difficult situation for her. She has still good conditions, but beyond that, I will not comment on the case, " says lawyer Beate Arntzen.
It has not succeeded the northern lights to get in the 64-åringens defender. The prosecutor Gøril Lund had Friday night not responded to the newspaper's inquiry.
It is set by the five days of trial in the Nord-Troms district court in the first week in June.