Rape, Copenhagen | Police in Denmark: Director raped several female employees
The 36-year-old director is accused of a number of matters and must appear in court in Glostrup, which is a suburb of Copenhagen in Denmark.
The police believe he has, among other things, raped and sexually assaulted four women, all of whom were his employees.
It’s Danish Berlingske Tidende which mentions the news. According to the newspaper, the director risks several years in prison in addition to being expelled from Denmark forever after he has served his prison sentence.
The man is not a Danish citizen.
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The case is described as serious and he also has to answer to a number of charges relating to sexual harassment and abuse in the workplace. Several of the conditions must also have occurred during working hours.
According to the police, he must have said to one of the women:
«I am the boss and have power. I can fire people and make sure they never get a job again. I pay you to be my slut.”
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The director denies criminal responsibility for the charges.
According to the Danish newspaper, the accused director must also have threatened two of the women to withdraw the report against him. The police believe that the man threatened the one woman by saying that he should tell her colleagues that they had had a sexual relationship.
To the other woman who was threatened, he must have said during a rape that he would kill her if she told others about the episode.
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Three of the four women must have been raped, both at the company address in Copenhagen and in one’s private home. One of the offended women must have been repeatedly groped and kissed by the director, during working hours, against her will.