A court in Södertörn (Sweden) today acquitted five men accused of group rape on the landing of a staircase, considering that the evidence presented was insufficient to confirm that the woman was forced to perform sexual acts. The current Swedish law defines rape as forced sex through violence or threats or taking advantage of the vulnerable situation of the victim. The men accused during the trial admitted to having sex with the woman but alleged that he was spoiled.

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