• Hungarian woman said Ethiopian men attacked her at station near fair in 2016
  • She claims she was hit before her phone was stolen so she couldn’t call for help
  • Men then raped her three times each, she alleged, and filmed part of the attack
  • One suspect says he had consensual sex with her, the others deny involvement

The alleged attack in August 2016 left the 28-year-old Hungarian victim ‘shattered,’ she told a court in Mühlhausen.

Her mobile phone was stolen and the men used it to film their brutal assault which included kicking and punching her and dragging her by her hair, she claims.

Victim Laura G. says she was repeatedly raped by three Ethiopian asylum seekers including Medhanie A., 29, near a town fair in Mühlhausen, Germany, in August 2016

 Victim Laura G. says she was repeatedly raped by three Ethiopian asylum seekers including Medhanie A., 29, near a town fair in Mühlhausen, Germany, in August 2016
Isaak N., 23, admits having sex with the woman but claims it was consensual. He says two other men were there at the time, but denies they were the co-accused

The woman claims the men (Isaak N. ,23, left, and Dawit T., 22, right) stole her phone so she couldn’t call for help before taking it in turns to attack her while filming the abuse

The woman said she was forced to have unprotected oral, vaginal and anal sex with three Ethiopian men who she identified in court, The Local reports.

She claimed the men took it in turns to rape her, sometimes acting as a group, and sometimes individually.

The State Court in Mühlhausen heard how one of the three accused, Isaak N. ,23, approached victim Laura G. as she made her way home from the fair.