Mum of rape fantasist has Range Rover torched by revenge arsonist

The mum of rape fantasist Eleanor Williams has had her £20,000 Range Rover set alight by a suspected arsonist.

Former councillor Allison Williams, from Cumbria, revealed her posh car was set on fire in what she suspects was a retaliatory attack caused by the vicious backlash following her daughter’s trial.

Allison revealed that after she climbed into her Range Rover Evoque at around 8.30am on Wednesday (March 29), she immediately spotted smoke and jumped out just before the six-year-old motor was engulfed in flames.

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She told The Sun that while it may have been an electrical fault, she suspects it was a deliberate attempt on her life: “It's terrifying to think someone might want to do me and my family harm.

"That's definitely my fear, that someone did this on purpose to cause me harm. I have been told it could have been deliberate and I assume it was torched.

A cause has not yet been determined by police.

Her daughter, Eleanor, was jailed for eight-and-a-half years for perverting the course of justice after falsely claiming to have been raped, trafficked and beaten.

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The sick 22-year-old said in a May 2020 Facebook post that she had been beaten, abused and trafficked by three “evil yet clever” Asian men.

She said the trio forced her to attend sex parties and posted pictures of horrific injuries to back up her claims.

The three men told Preston Crown Court that they had all tried to commit suicide because of how they were treated following the allegations.

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The UK’s Attorney General’s office is reportedly considering a request to increase Eleanor’s sentence because of how lenient it is.

A spokesperson for Cumbria Police told The Sun: ”Police were called at 8.29am on March 29 following a report from Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service of a vehicle fire in Barrow.

“Nobody was hurt in the fire. Officers have liaised with Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service and enquiries are taking place to fully establish the cause of the fire.”


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