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October 27, 2019

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Alexander (left) with his mother, Sandie, (right) together in 2012.

I can’t imagine what it must be like for a parent hearing your child was raped.

I told my mum in an email. I wasn’t ready, but some not very nice people had found out things in my past that they could exploit and threatened to tell the world. Linked with these were the two times I was assaulted. I couldn’t let her find out that way. 

I felt like I had no choice but...

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