Rape complainant “sure” she’s identified right man, court told
A WOMAN who claims a taxi driver raped her as a teenager says she is “100 per cent sure” she has the right man.
The complainant gave evidence at Sheffield Crown Court this morning (Tuesday) against Asghar Bostan (47), who denies two counts of raping her when she was a teenager in 2003.
The woman claimed Bostan, of East Bawtry Road, Whiston, had been known as Don in the early 2000s – which he denies.
She said the defendant was one of several men who visited a flat on Wagon Road, where she often stayed after running away from home.
Rotherham taxi driver ‘groomed and raped girl’
A taxi driver accused of raping a teenage school girl has told a jury he had never met the alleged victim.
Ashgar Bostan, 47, is accused of attacking the complainant, now in her late 20s, twice at a flat in Wagon Road, Rotherham, between 2002 and 2004.
Prosecutors say she was raped by Bostan, who went by the name “Don”, after she was “groomed and manipulated” by a woman living at the flat.
Mr Bostan, of East Bawtry Road, Rotherham, denies two counts of rape.