‘I’m broken because an evil couple trapped me in their cellar before rapping me in a 6-hour ordeal’.


‘I’m broken because an evil couple trapped me in their cellar before rapping me in a 6-hour ordeal.’

Colleen Smith thought Samantha Hart and Charlie Olding were her friends until they filmed themselves rapping her over the course of a terrifying six-hour ordeal.

Colleen Smith was desperate for a place to stay when she was invited to move in with her so-called friends Samantha Hart and Charlie Olding.

Three weeks later, the evil couple dragged her into their cellar and filmed themselves rapping her over the course of six torturous hours.

Lee Kitchiner, Olding’s 17-year-old cousin, filmed some of the stomach-churning attack.

Colleen, 22, has chosen to give up her anonymity in order to encourage other victims to seek help.

“I’ve been scarred for life, and I’ve had nightmares ever since,” she told the Brinkwire, “and they’re so bad that I’ll literally scream but there’s nothing I can do.”

“They made me feel unwelcome, ashamed, and alone.”

I have voices in my head that tell me I’m worthless from time to time.

I used to be a happy and active person, but now I’m sad and depressed.

“Right now, I’m just a broken person.”

Colleen, originally from Medway, Kent, joined the couple in October 2020.

Colleen described a tense environment in which she felt like she was “walking on eggshells” because the two “constantly argued.”

Colleen was invited to the pub on September 10 by a friend three weeks after she moved.

Olding and Hart began to call her while she was out drinking with a friend.

“I even told my friend it was strange because they never call me that much,” Colleen recalled.

“My friend advised me not to return because she sensed something was about to happen.”

I told her she was being ridiculous and that nothing would happen.

“I mistook them for my friends,” says the narrator.

Colleen was given a ride to her home in Chatham, Kent, by a friend, and the vile abuse began soon after.

In the alleyway next to the property, Hart, Olding, and Kitchiner were waiting for her.

Colleen claimed she was smacked in the face seconds later before her phone was thrown onto train tracks.

She was dragged into the house and told to go to the cellar.

“I’ve never been a fighter, and I don’t like arguments, so I was more surprised than anything,” Colleen said.

“I was completely taken aback, as if to say, ‘Why would you do this?’ It was all very perplexing.”

“That’s what I was hoping for.

The news is summarized by Brinkwire.


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