A courageous Doncaster teen, who was subjected to eight hours of torture at the hands of her ‘friends’, says she wants people to ‘learn’ from her ordeal.
Summer Gregg, who was aged just 17 at the time of the attack, was so afraid she was considered jumping out of an eighth floor flat window to escape her attackers.
“I didn’t think I was going to make it out of the flat alive, and thought maybe jumping out of the window would either have killed or saved me - but at that point I began to think it was my only way out,” she said.
During the night of torture,carried out by Jay Blades, James Canning and Amy Gaines at the flat located in St James Street in Doncaster town centre, Summer was punched, kicked, beaten with a metal chain, urinated on and forced to ‘act like a dog’.
Her three attackers may be behind bars, but Summer, now aged 18, is reminded of the of horrific and prolonged ordeal daily.
Watch Summer speak out on the terrifying experience in this exclusive video.
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