Published on 20 Mar 2014 | over 3 years ago
Older sister turns out to be accomplice in sexual assault case.
An 18-year-old girl from Taipei, Taiwan has been convicted of aggravated sexual assault after she drugged her younger sister two years ago, then had her boyfriend sexually assault her. If that wasn't bad enough, the older sister got it on with her boyfriend as her younger sibling lay passed out in the same bed.
After finding out that her 16-year-old sister was afraid of pain she may experience while having sex for the first time, an 18-year-old girl devised a plan to have her boyfriend, surnamed Shen, pop her sister's cherry. The older sister invited him to their home while their parents were away, then drugged her younger sister by having her drink a bottle of water laced with a date rape drug.
While the younger sister lay passed out in the bedroom, Shen began to sexually assault her, but soon stopped, fearing she may wake up. That was when Shen decided to turn his attention toward the older sister instead, who didn't refuse. The pair then had sex while the younger sibling lay in a deep sleep ... in the same bed.
After she woke up in great pain, the younger sister sought her father's help. Shen admitted to his actions while the older sister denied everything. After the father called the police, who interrogated 18-year-old, she admitted to the deed, but claimed she was just trying to help her sister experience sex.
Shen was convicted of aggravated sexual assault in 2012, when the event happened, while the older sister was convicted on the same charge on March 19 of this year.