THE UK teenager facing jail in Cyprus after she was convicted of a fake gang-rape claim today begged Boris Johnson: “Please bring me home.” The 19-year-old, who says Cypriot police coerced her into retracting her allegation, urged the PM to personally step in so she can return to her family. The teenager pleaded for the PM’s personal intervention before Tuesday’s hearing as legal experts in the UK and Cyprus demanded she be pardoned. As pressure grew on No 10 to act, the teenager said: “Every second of this ordeal has been a waking nightmare. “I’m 19 and all I want to do is clear my name and come home to my family. “I would say to both the Foreign Secretary and Prime Minister, both of whom are fathers, please support me with your actions, not just with your words. Time is running out for me. Please, please help.”Foreign Office officials today contacted the teenager’s family for the first time since a Cypriot judge last week ruled she was guilty of “causing public mischief”. He rejected her claims that police coerced her into retracting the gang rape allegation. Her family say they have still not had any personal contact from ministers or… Read full this story
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