54-year-old Hungarian man made 11-year-old girl a sex slave in Northern Ireland
An unbelievable story came from Northern Ireland concerning a Hungarian 54-year-old man allegedly offering an only 11-year-old girl for sex in return for money.
According to the Northern Irish daily, Irish prosecutors accuse a Hungarian man of selling an underage girl for sex in the country. The event was uncovered by the victim, who told the police what happened. Meanwhile, the man is the subject of six extradition warrants due to criminal activity in Hungary. The case is at the Omagh Magistrates’ Court, which started the process yesterday with the hearing of Zoltán Markó (54), the alleged perpetrator.
According to the indictment, the Northern Irish prosecutors have multiple charges against Mr Markó. First, he is accused of “child sexual communication between January and Marc 2023 … for his own gratification”. Furthermore, he allegedly possessed a knife and ammunition without firearm permission. Finally, it was reported in March that he offered an 11-year-old girl for sexual services in return for money. Moreover, the indictment says he sexually exploited and abused the child before. He even established contact with the victim after the start of the process, despite her being under protection.
Hungarian authorities also want to question Mr Markó. He is the subject of six extradition warrants concerning armed robbery, assault and weapon possession.
Sex slave of an 11-year-old?
“He also confirmed to police that he has been slaughtering pigs at a farm and selling the meat against environmental health standards. He has previously been convicted of this and dealt with, but has continued with this activity”, Belfast Telegraph wrote. His attorney said Markó denies the sexual relationship with the girl “vehemently”, but acknowledged that he did not reside at the required address for extradition, so he broke his bail requirements.
The judge said the “six extradition warrants show a history of failing to attend courts to answer for alleged criminal activity. He has a history of breaching bail and there are allegations of further offences being committed while on bail. He has made contact with the injured party.” Markó replied: “I didn’t do anything like that.” Judge Kelly responded: “Didn’t breach bail? Of course you did.” Since the judge refused his bail application, Markó needed to remain in custody. The next round of his hearing will be on 20 June via video link.