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Lindsay Armstrong, 17, was 'torn to shreds' by a defence lawyer and made to hold up the g- string underwear she had been wearing at the time of the attack. The year-old accused was found guilty and is awaiting sentence. Lindsay took an overdose and was found dead in bed by her mother on Tuesday morning. Last night her parents said the ordeal in court was as much to blame for their daughter's suicide as the rape itself. But it didn't happen and she ended up being torn to shreds by his lawyer after spending all day on the stand.
Rape girl 'driven to suicide by her ordeal in court'
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