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Husband Loses Wife in Bet, Now She is Claiming Men Who Won Her Raped Her

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Jul/12/2017

A woman whose husband lost her as part of a wager is now claiming she was raped by the men who won the bet.

The 38-year-old from Indore, India registered a public hearing organized by police Tuesday. 

The woman added that she had separated from her husband after the incident but he and the two men were constantly harassing her, the officer said.

Indore's Women Police Station in-charge Jyoti Sharma told PTI that everyone concerned has been summoned to record their statements on the woman's complaint.

"Since the allegations are yet to be corroborated, no case has been registered so far," Sharma said.

The woman has yet to be identified.

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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