The un-named woman, 23, claims she was dragged around like a “deadweight” at the Don’t Walk event at St Andrews in Scotland last year.
The Don’t Walk event is a highly anticipated fashion catwalk where the Duchess of Cambridge famously caught William’s eye as she modelled at the event 17 years ago.
She claims that she was forced into portaloos and raped by at least two men and assaulted by two others.
The alleged victim reported the incident to the police the next morning but is now regretting doing so after being trolled online.
“It has only ended up bringing me more pain and humiliation”
The un-named woman
According to The Times, sick trolls took to Snapchat and Instagram calling her a “dirty rich girl”.
Another message was sent to the victim’s mum on Facebook saying: “Your daughter is a liar”.
Her employer’s LinkedIn page also received a message which reportedly read: “Have you explained to your colleagues about the rape you made up?”
The woman told The Times paper that she “wouldn’t report it again” after the horrific abuse she has received since.
She said: “Obviously, I care about justice but if [the alleged rape] happened to me now, I wouldn’t report it again.
“It has only ended up bringing me more pain and humiliation. The lack of urgency [from Fife police] has made me feel like it was all for nothing.”
The woman later told cops she was raped by two men and assaulted by two others, claiming she was too intoxicated to give her consent.
One person has been charged under the Communications Act.
Four other men have been arrested in connection with the case and released pending further inquiries.