A father who was falsely accused of leading an Asian beautification gang by a rape fan has revealed shocking allegations that led his son to self-harm.
His employer, Mohamed Ramadan, 43, of Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, was just one of several men subjected to shockingly false allegations made by 22-year-old Eleanor Williams.
Williams, who was found guilty of perverting the court of justice, was sentenced to eight-and-a-half years in prison last week after falsely claiming he was the victim of an Asian gang, making a series of false rape allegations on Facebook. The post, which included graphic images of the injuries she allegedly sustained.
Mr. Ramadan and 22-year-old Jordan Trengrove, another innocent man who has fallen victim to false allegations, have previously revealed they were pushed to the brink of suicide.
And now, while doing interviews 5 newsMr. Ramadan, a father of four – who also opened up about his suicide attempts – revealed that the pain had been shared through his family, including his son who went into it to self-harm.
Muhammad Ramadan (pictured with his wife Nicola Holt) revealed that he entered his son into self-harm after a false accusation against him by a rape fantasia who lied about being a victim of an Asian grooming ring.
Eleanor Williams, 22 (left, in police shot and right, self-inflicted) was found guilty of perverting the course of justice and sentenced to eight and a half years in prison.
‘I found my son cutting his arms off one day,’ he told Dan Walker. It was 1:30 at night and I went to use the bathroom, his room next door, and there were lights on and I went in, and I saw your son and… because we were all keeping each other strong, but we weren’t exposing anything how it was affecting him.
He added, “I denied my family, meaning that they do not know all the difficulties they are going through.
“You know, my wife is a very strong, independent person and she was going with her friends and now she’s going there not with me.”
Mr. Ramadan, whom Williams falsely accused of grooming her from the age of 12, making her work in Amsterdam brothels and trying to sell her, described how he never discussed the allegations with his children, but insisted: I take them because we don’t run away.
He added, “There was a point where everyone, my sons, wanted to go out, and I was like, ‘No, we’re not.'”
And my son turned around and said, “You know, Daddy, you’re known as Bedouin. Everyone is claiming, everywhere on social media, my friends, this is such a horrible city, why were we brought here?”
And then he felt so guilty that he was leaving and going… And that was my first suicide attempt. I broke a bottle off my head and tried to use the empty bottle to slit my throat in front of my kids, my wife, and my friend Jonathan. And if he didn’t hold my hand, it might be a different story, I might not have been here.
Mr. Ramadan, who admitted he did not know how he and his family would recover from the ordeal of the Williams ruling, is concerned about the damage Fantasia has done to real victims.
When cross-examined at her conviction he said: I feel so relieved. I am happy with that.
“But what worries me is the damage you have already done to real victims… The rapes are already so hard to prove that you know, and what did you actually do to the brothers with the real victims, and the damage you did to us and the rest of them?”
Mr. Ramadan (pictured with his family in the Williams verdict) also opened up about being pushed to the brink of suicide and nearly doing so in front of his family.
Williams also gave the police a report of her transfer to Blackpool, where she says she was threatened by Mr Ramadan and was taken to different addresses and forced to have sex with men.
When police inquired, they discovered that she had traveled alone to the seaside resort and stayed in a hotel, where she had bought Pot Noodle at a nearby shop and then stayed in her room watching YouTube on her phone.
Ramadan said the family would remain in Barrow, but admitted he was concerned that far-right supporters on social media still insisted Williams’ allegations were true.
He and his family are now campaigning to change the country’s social media laws, and are looking to build a foundation as they work to “move forward.”
Mr. Ramadan too He plans to sue the police and the Ministry of Interior for the torture caused by the investigation.
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