Girls tortured by gang in Sutton
A gang of boys filmed two teenage girls as they were held against their will and subjected to a humiliating attack.
Chloe Oliver, 15, and her friend Kirsty Johnson, 14, were lured to the Collingwood estate before they were set upon by the group.
The teenagers were punched and forced to perform degrading acts as the gang filmed everything. Chloe, 14, was left bloody and bruised. Police are set to make an arrest this week.
Chloe, who attends the Limes College in Sutton, was asked to meet by a girl acquaintance at Balaam House in Collingwood Road in the afternoon of Tuesday, July 24.
When they arrived and saw the gang the girls were prevented from fleeing and as they tried to leave the back of Chloe’s hood was grabbed.
The teenagers were then forced to endure a humiliating hostage situation for an hour and a half.
Chloe, said: “The girl was making people vote on who she would punch. They would say ‘You are A, Kirsty is B’.
“All the boys were voting.
“I got the most votes and then she would punch me.
“She said whoever looks the most sorry will not get punched.
“She made us get on our hands and knees – and people were filming it and putting their cameras in my face.
“She got her fist and was putting it to our heads and just punched our heads together.
“We were crying. She made us do star jumps and made Kirsty kiss her shoe. Sit down and stand up and stuff and pray.
“When I had got punched in the face all the inside of my mouth was cut open and my lip was bleeding.”
Chloe’s phone was taken as she tried to text her dad to get help.
She added: “They weren’t letting me go they were blocking the doorway when I tried to leave.
“After the last time she smashed our heads together a lady came out to complain about the noise and everyone just ran.
“All my mouth was cut and my cheek was swollen.”
Chloe had another phone on her which she managed to text her cousin and a family member alerted the police.
Her father, Ricky Oliver, a 35-year-old painter and decorator, from Sutton, said: “They tortured her and beat her up.
“It’s horrible you’ve got all the boys filming it and finding it hilarious.”
A spokesman for Sutton police said: “This crime is being investigated. We take all allegations of crime seriously and will be taking whatever action is appropriate.”