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Police have dropped their investigation of one twin brother but the other remains in the dock charged alongside another man with the rape of a teenage girl. Yesterday a jury at Reading Crown Court were told Mohammed Asghar and Toseef Mahmood, 23, of Cumberland Road forced a year-old to give them oral sex in front of friends before stealing her phone and abandoning her in a park.
Aftab Asghar no longer faces any charges. Asghar then contacted the girl through Blackberry Messenger — but she did not now how he got her contact details. The year-old arrived at Purley Park with a friend and was met by four or five men who arrived in a car driven by Mahmood.
The men then started touching the girls in a sexual manner before separating the year-old from her friend and leading her to a different part of the park.
Why was he Asghar using a false name? Asghar denies one count of rape, one count of aiding and abetting rape, one count of attempted rape, one count of assault by penetration and one count of sexual assault. Mahmood denies one count of rape, one count of aiding and abetting rape and one count of sexual assault. By Natasha Adkins. up to our newsletter for daily updates and breaking news Invalid Something went wrong, please try again later.
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