‘I’m a virgin, so I’m not really allowed to come out’: Teenager who says she’s ‘a virgin’ to work in a women’s prison opens up about her life of crime and sexual assault
A teenager who was arrested in June for allegedly committing rape after a night out with friends in Kingston has revealed she is now an “ex-prisoner” because she is a virgin.
Sarah Williams, 16, was arrested for allegedly assaulting a 16-year-old girl at the Westfield shopping centre in Kingston.
The court heard she told police she had been having sex with the victim in the centre’s toilets, but was unable to identify her as the girl because of her virginity.
In a statement, her mother, Linda Williams, said the teenager had been told by a counsellor that she was not allowed to have sex with anyone she met, but it was not until later in her trial that the teen told her the reason for her decision to have a condom for sex with a man.
“She has since changed her mind and now has to say she’s not going to go into the prison to have intercourse,” Ms Williams said.
“At this point she’s going to have to make her own decision as to whether or not she wants to go to prison.” “
The teenager has told her mother she has no plans to tell anyone about her “traumatic experience”, and said she was “not ashamed” of the incident. “
At this point she’s going to have to make her own decision as to whether or not she wants to go to prison.”
The teenager has told her mother she has no plans to tell anyone about her “traumatic experience”, and said she was “not ashamed” of the incident.
She was originally charged with three counts of rape and two counts of sexual assault, but the Crown dropped those charges after her mother raised concerns about the girl’s virginity.
The 16-old victim told the Kingston Crown Court that she had had sex with Williams at the shopping centre at around 11:30pm on May 31, but when Williams came back the next day she was in tears, sobbing.
She told the court she was also crying and told Williams she was going to tell her father about it.
When Williams returned she was crying again, and told the victim that she needed to tell the police.
Williams was initially charged with sexual assault in the second degree, and the prosecutor said that the Crown was entitled to seek a higher charge.
The prosecution said the 16-month-old’s father was also present at the time, and that Williams told him she was having sex.
Williams told the judge she had sex again with the girl and told him what happened the night before.
The judge said he was “disturbed” and asked if he had any “negative experiences” about her.
Williams said she had told the prosecutor what happened on the night of the alleged rape.
“Yes,” she said.
The Crown prosecutor said Williams told her father that she did not believe her “bondage was real” because it was “unnatural”.
She also told the defendant that she believed her father had been the victim of sexual abuse.
“He has been sexually abused in the past,” she told the prosecution.
“What has happened to him has been done to him, so what’s to stop him from being abused again?”
The teen told the hearing that she has a long history of being sexually assaulted, and had been in and out of hospital a number of times, but did not say how many times.
“The first time was a bit of a shock,” she recalled.
“This time was not too bad, but then I went into a bit more of a state of shock, and I wasn’t sure what to do.”
Williams told Ms Williams that she wanted to change her name and move to England.
She also said she believed she had no choice but to be an ex-prison because she was a virgin and had “nothing else to lose”.
The judge adjourned the case until May 15, saying the case could go to court again.
Williams did not return The National’s request for comment.
The girl’s mother said she felt her daughter’s statement “wasn’t a good thing for her” and called on the Crown to “put a stop to it”.
The teenager told The National she was initially arrested because she had a “violent history” and was arrested “for a crime she did nothing to commit”.
She told The New Zealand Herald she was charged because she did “not have a chance” of being released.
Ms Williams told The Huffington Times that she hoped Williams’ case would encourage other women to tell their stories about sexual assault and to “tell their story to anyone”.
She said the Crown had “no right to judge my child, my family, my friends”.
She added that she felt that she would have to live with Williams “for the rest of my life” if she were to tell someone.
“If I didn’t do anything,