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New Zealand PhOtOs>Aussie Creeps Pd $31,594 to Beat Gang-Rape Trial

Aussie Creeps Who Paid $30,000 to Beat Rape Trial:
>>Predator 'Heard a Soft Voice Telling Him His Purpose in life Was to bed Beauties' Before Attacking Girl, 17, in a Bar Toilet in Croatia With Two Mates


  • Dylan Djohan, Ashwin Kumar and Waleed Latif all pleaded guilty to rape
  • Australian men raped the 17-year-old backpacker at a bar in Croatia in July
  • They paid victim $31,594 to secure their freedom in deal with prosecutors
  • Men returned to Melbourne after spending in six months awaiting trial
7 February 2016, Daily Mail Australia


The three Australian men who paid $30,000 to avoid being jailed for the rape of a 17-year-old girl in Croatia have been identified.

Dylan Djohan, 23, Ashwin Kumar, 23, and Waleed Latif, 21, pleaded guilty to raping the Norwegian backpacker in July at a bar in Split, Croatia.

In exchange for freedom and to avoid a trial, the men agreed with Croatian prosecutors to pay the victim $31,594 and pleaded guilty over the rape.





Ashwin Kumar, 23, Waleed Latif, 21, and Dylan Djohan, 23, (L-R) have returned to Melbourne after pleading guilty to raping a Norwegian backpacker, 17, in July at a bar in Split, Croatia





Dylan Djohan (pictured), 23, Ashwin Kumar, 23, and Waleed Latif, 21, have returned to Melbourne after pleading guilty to raping a Norwegian backpacker, 17, in July at a bar in Split, Croatia


They were then handed a one-year prison sentence, which was reduced to a five-year good behaviour bond.

Days after learning he was free to return home, Mr Djohan reportedly took to social media on February 3 to announce to his followers he was returning to Melbourne.

Djohan also raised the possibility of joining the 'mile-high club' with a flight attendant, according to The Age.


He wrote alongside a photo of himself sitting on a wall in Dubrovnik that he had an epiphany and was told by a 'soft voice' that his purpose was to 'bed heavenly blessed beauties'.

Djohan also regularly spoke of his body building on social media.
"4 days into my Adonis shred and these cuts are coming in deeper than the Baltic seas. My gift from the gods was this blessed block of heathen marble ... My curse from the gods is that I must sculpt it with my bare hands," he said.

All three men are believed to have deactivated their Facebook accounts since returning home.








Days after learning he was free to return home, Djohan took to social media to inform his followers he was returning home.
He wrote alongside a photo of himself sitting on a wall in Dubrovnik he had an epiphany that his purpose was to 'bed heavenly blessed beauties'





Police seized their passports in July last year after the 17-year-old told officers the trio had tried to gang rape her in the toilet of the Tropic nightclub in Split at about 1.30am on July 16 last year





The court heard that the men had been drinking at the beach-side nightspot (pictured) when one forcibly led the 17-year-old to the men's bathroom before the other two joined them and started assaulting her


The men, who were on bail and free to roam Croatia, may have faced 15 years in jail had a deal not been finalised between their lawyers and Croatian prosecutors.

The good behaviour bond is enforceable in Europe but not Australia.


The men are believed to have returned home on Sunday after spending almost seven months in Croatia awaiting trial for the rape.

Police seized their passports in July last year after the 17-year-old told officers the trio had tried to gang rape her in the toilet of the Tropic nightclub in Split at about 1.30am on July 16 last year.

The court heard that the men had been drinking at the beach-side nightspot when one forcibly led the 17-year-old to the men's bathroom before the other two joined them and started assaulting her.


The girl was able to fight them off at the last moment but not before the three left forensic evidence to tie them to the assault.





The men, who were on bail and free to roam Croatia, may have faced 15 years in jail had a deal not been finalised between their lawyers and Croatian prosecutors





The three men had left Melbourne to party in Ibizia, before heading to Split, Croatia (pictured) in July last year


Three semen samples were found on her clothing, with two of the accused men claiming they had consensual sex with the woman and the other denying any interaction her.

Sanja Sarnavka, a women's rights campaigner in Croatia, said the prosecutor should not have allowed a financial settlement for a rape charge.


'If they can afford it, those who are indicted will pay for the best lawyers, pay the damages and receive a minimum sentence or even go free,' she told local media.

'In a democratic state, everyone should have the same treatment, regardless of their wealth or assets.'

But Ms Sarnavka defended the 17-year-old's right to accept the money to avoid reliving the trauma that a trial may have brought.
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