1. Witness Statements.
Unfortunately they can not be put online due to their sensitive nature. There were 18 witness statements which contradicted the account of Eleanor de Freitas and supported he prosecution.
2. Text Messages
|A conversation between Eleanor de Freitas and a 3rd part talking about me, saying "we had huge fun together".|
|Eleanor de Freitas explains why she is upset. No mention of rape. She was in fact rejected and felt bitter.|
3. CCTV Evidence.
This clearly speaks for itself. Eleanor de Freitas is shopping for sex toys with me (the supposed attacker) just a couple of hours after she said she was raped. This is not just a "lingerie shop" as some people have speculated on the internet, this is a sex shop. She is actually buying vibrators and sex toys.
She had told the police she had been drugged the night before and I tortured her with "waterboarding". You can click here to read a transcript of the police interview. Does she look groggy like she was drugged, raped and tortured? No, because there was no rape. There was no torture. This contradicts her account in many ways.
Here is just a 5 minute video for quick viewing. The prosecution were going to use the full 25 minute version which showed even more detail of her lies.
4. Statement from the Director of Public Prosectuions
The Director of Public Prosecutions, who oversees every criminal case in the country personally reviewed all of the evidence of this case. The DPP made the following comments on the evidence.
"it is clear there was sufficient evidence for a realistic prospect of conviction for perverting the course of justice. This was evidence including text messages and CCTV footage that directly contradicted the account Ms de Freitas gave to the police. This was not assumption based on her behaviour or actions which fall into myths and stereotypes about how alleged rape victims should behave. It was on this basis that we concluded that there was a realistic prospect of proving that the rape allegation made by Ms de Freitas was false..."
The full statement can be read here.
5. Decision of the Metropolitan Police to take No Further Action against me in February 2013.
|Rationale for No Further Action|