Alleged sex assault victim who penned details of abuse in letter under her bed wrote 'it brings me to tears when when I see how normal other kids are', a court heard
A woman who claims she was sexually abused as a child told a jury she wrote down her experiences as they happened.
The woman said she put the two page letter under her bed, and kept it there until she reported the abuse years later.
In the letter, which was read to the jury at Teesside Crown Court, she wrote: "Life at the moment is tough, I am a miserable kid.
"It brings me to tears when when I see how normal other kids are.
"The other kids at school talk about things that have happened to me, they say it's minging for that to happen at our age.
"He would say not to tell... read more
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