Supreme Courts Says Sex Workers can’t cry rape if denied money


A rule has been passed by the Supreme Court that a sex worker cannot lodge a rape complaint against her customers if they deny paying her. According to the apex court, the evidence given by a woman must not be treated as a “gospel truth” but it must be given some importance.

Credit: .oneindia
Credit: .oneindia

This ruling came in a 2-year-old case from Bengaluru n which a maid had complained that three people abducted her in an auto, took her to an auto garage and sexually assaulted her.

The Supreme Court bench examined all the witnesses again and again and finally said” her conduct during the alleged ordeal is also unlike a victim of rape and betrays somewhat submissive and consensual disposition”.

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