A woman who claims that she was beaten and gang-raped over 100 times by a gang of Pakistani origin has spoken out about the racist abuse she is receiving online. The women, who uses an online alias, states on Twitter that she was attacked and abused by grooming gangs as part of the Rotherham child sexual exploitation (CSE) scandal. In addition to this ‘Ella’ (which is not the women’s real name) has criticised Twitter for failing to deal with abuse from “far-left groups”, which ‘Ella’ believes is racially and religiously motivated.
‘Ella’ is quoted in the Yorkshire Examiner as saying “On Twitter I get a lot of abuse from far-left extremists, and radical feminist academics. There is one group who go online and they try to resist anyone they consider to be a Nazi, racist, fascist or white supremacist. They don’t care about anti-white racism, because they appear to believe that it doesn’t exist. They tried to shut me down, shut me up and drive me off Twitter. I’ve never experienced such hate online in my life. They accuse me of ‘advocating for white paedophiles’ and being a ‘sinister demonic entity.’”
‘Ella’s’ abuse started over 20 years ago when she was still a teenager. The ordeal began when a man of Pakistani origin, who was 15 years older than her, approached her on a street and invited her out to dinner. From this point, the ‘man’ then beat her, raped her and pulled her hair out as well as taking her to different houses for other men.
Ella has said: “I was nearly killed about five times, and then eventually I was hospitalised with lots of injuries and the police told my parents to move me away and change my name. They have never moved back to Yorkshire since”. ‘Ella’ states she was victimised because she was “a white girl looking for a boyfriend”. As part of this horrific crime ‘Ella also says “I was called a barrage of racist names. They called me a white s**g, a white c***, a white whore, a white b***h and a f****** gori which is their name for a white person”.
‘Ella’ has reported what she believes is racially abusive tweet to Twitter. The Tweet, that has subsequently been deleted said “There is a virus that is a thousand times more deadly than #COVID19: The White Virus. Carriers tend to be hideously ugly (within and without), hideously selfish, hideously inferior and hideously white. Never underestimate the malice and ugliness of these “people” “.
‘Ella’ reported the tweet as harmful content but in response Twitter said the tweet did not feel that this content breached any of it’s community guidelines. ‘Ella’ is furious with Twitter’s response and has been subjected to personal abuse which has also been reported.
Since March 18th over 1.5 million Twitter accounts have been targeted regarding COVID-19 misinformation. A spokesperson for Twitter maintains that the content highlighted by Ella did not break any rules. The spokeswoman said: “We are committed to protect and serve the public conversation as we navigate this unprecedented global public healthcare crisis. As outlined in our Hateful Conduct Policy, we do not tolerate the abuse or harassment of people on the basis of race and ethnic origin. We take down content that is in violation of our Twitter Rules including dehumanising language and we have expanded our safety rules around”.
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Current Affairs Correspondent | My name is Oliver Down I am 22, and a staunch brexiteer. I am a Bristolian lad who studied politics in Leicester. I believe in free speech and accurate journalism and I won’t be afraid to give you “the other side” of the story!
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