Social media swirled with reactions to the comment. For all of the people coming to my page thinking I wrote those comments? But police believe they were camping alone on the Grand Anse beach on the north-east coast.Seven local men were detained soon after the assault, which took place just before midnight on May 10. The women, who were three weeks into the six-month project on St Lucia, are recovering at home in Britain after their parents flew to the Caribbean at the weekend to collect them.A Foreign Office spokesman would confirm only that an incident involving British nationals took place in St Lucia and that consular assistance was offered.An Ohio State University student has apologized for offensive comments she made about Black women in a video some people — including members of the Undergraduate Student Government and her sorority — have condemned as racist rhetoric.The victims, aged 31 and 24, were armed with machetes, possibly for self-defence, but were overpowered by their attackers.Both were raped several times in a prolonged attack.
As followers awaited responses from other users who began to weigh in, a Miami Dolphins fan called Maserati Rick responded by bashing Black women. The remote beach in St Lucia: The victims, aged 31 and 24, were armed with machetes, possibly for self-defence, but were overpowered by their attackers.Both were raped several times in a prolonged attack The women were among a group of university students working on a wildlife conservation project on the Caribbean island.Two British students have been gang raped on a remote beach in St Lucia.They were camping in the beauty spot when six masked men ambushed them at night.They told police that they returned to the beach, which can only be reached by 4x4 along a long muddy track, after a walk and found their belongings ransacked.They told detectives that they feared for their safety and began packing up their equipment when at least six men, all shielding their faces with masks, appeared and attacked them.St Lucia, a former British colony, is in the eastern Caribbean.It received 67,000 British visitors last year and is hoping for 80,000 this year – a figure that local tourism officials say will make the UK their ‘star performer.’The volcanic island offers visitors ‘perfection’, the tourist board promises.22, asserting she believes “racism is wrong” and doesn’t think anyone is less of a person because of their color, nationality, religion or sexual orientation.“I have personally apologized to the young woman who posted this video and explained that my ‘weird’ reference had nothing to do with her skin color,” she said in a statement to the campus newspaper.“I was quite simply very hurt, and angry with an ex-boyfriend and jealous of her.