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British teenager argues not blameworthy to false assault guarantee in Cyprus



A British young person has showed up in court to deny making a bogus assault guarantee against 12 Israeli vacationers in Cyprus. 

The 19-year-elderly person had been in jail for about two months on an open insidiousness charge before the conference, in the wake of announcing she was assaulted by 12 Israelis at an Ayia Napa occasion resort. 

A preliminary is presently set to begin on 2 October, with the judge discharging the charged young person on bail subsequent to regarding it "legitimate and reasonable" to do as such after her detainment. 

The lady gave up her movement records and should show up at a Nicosia police headquarters three times each week. 

She has additionally been set on a stop list, which avoids her leaving the nation. 

The charge the young person faces conveys a greatest punishment of a year detainment or a fine. 

Legal advisors speaking to her case examiners utilized "persecution" to cause her to withdraw her claims. Cypriot specialists firmly deny the allegation. 

The Israelis were at first confined however later discharged without charge. 

They denied the charges against them and have since returned home.


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