Migrants reportedly livestream sexual abuse of boy and mother

Two Tunisian migrants have been arrested in Rome after allegedly sexually abusing a teenager and his mother and live-streaming the abuse on Facebook.

The alleged incident took place in Rome and saw the 17-year-old male victim robbed and repeatedly abused by a pair of Tunisian migrants, supposedly aged 16 and 17, who were living in migrant accommodation local.

The couple approached the teenage victim as he was about to return home for the evening and robbed him while holding a knife to his throat, claiming they had already murdered a police officer that evening there and would not hesitate to kill him as well, The Giornale reports.

After taking ten euros from the victim, the two migrants drove him to the San Basilio district of the city where they allegedly sexually assaulted him and broadcast the abuse live on Facebook. They then asked the teenager to take them to his home where his mother and younger sister were.

After arriving at the teenager’s home, the victim introduced the Tunisians to his mother as his friends while fearing for his life and the couple received an additional 250 euros and jewelry from the mother in hopes they would leave .

Instead, one of the Tunisians forced the mother into a bedroom in the house and sexually assaulted her. Following the abuse, the migrant asked the victim to feed him.

The two Tunisians are said to have finally decided to leave after the 17-year-old offered to drive them back, but instead of going to their accommodation, they forced the teenager to walk with them around the city, where they left him. abused again.

The migrants were only arrested after the teen’s mother called her husband, who was on a business trip, and police used the victim’s phone to locate his car and arrest the two migrants . After their arrest, the couple claimed they “wanted to have fun”.

The incident is just the latest alleged case of migrant sexual abuse that has either been streamed on social media or recorded and shared on social media after the fact.

In 2017, two asylum seekers were tried for raping a Swedish woman and broadcasting the ordeal live on Facebook.

Their lawyer claimed that the migrants did not understand that what they had done was rape.

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