Man allegedly raped 12-year-old Singaporean schoolgirl

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He met the young girl via a phone messaging app and used the moniker 'Lucifer' to trick, trap and rape her...

It’s a situation that strikes fear in the hearts of all parents of young girls: rape.

According to a New Paper report, “a 39-year-old man has been accused of raping a 12-year-old girl, just three days after meeting her through a mobile phone messaging app.”

A deadly plan plotted

On Wednesday 16 December during the trial for this case, Deputy Public Prosecutor (DPP) Jasmine Chin-Sabado said in the prosecution’s statement that Lee first got in touch with the girl through an unnamed mobile phone messaging app on May 26, 2012.

The girl, then, was in Secondary 1.

Reportedly, Lee had asked the young girl to be his girlfriend. He had done this despite the young girl being just a few days away from her 13th birthday at the time.

Reports quote DPP Chin-Sabado as saying that “on the evening of May 29, 2012, the girl had just finished her co-curricular activities when Lee picked her up from a bus stop near her school.”

Following this, he took her to a carpark at Chinese Garden, and after telling her to go to the backseat of his car (she complied), raped her.

“He then drove to a nearby McDonald’s outlet and bought her a burger before sending her home,” say reports.

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