Her older brother, Julius, 21, said Dada regularly threatened her with violence if she went to police.
One time, Julius said he contacted police after Dada threatened to kill his girlfriend because he suspected she had been talking to other boys.
'She told me in [Romanian] not to saying anything because he had a machete in his trousers,' he recalled.
Julius said Dada was a psychopath whose controlling behaviour regularly led to violence, including when he threw his girlfriend out of his flat naked and forced her to get a taxi home.
This appears to have gone on quite a while. Did her family do nothing? Did they originally not query their 17 year old daughter hooking up with a street thug?
Never mind, though. The real villains of the piece are the ones who didn't fill in the paperwork correctly...
The two Metropolitan Police constables will face claims that their performance was grossly incompetent in a two-day hearing beginning on September 8. It is claimed that, on June 23 2018, at an address in Forest Hill and at Lewisham police station, both in south-east London, they:
- Failed to acknowledge a member of the public was reporting criminal allegations of harassment and offences under the Public Order Act;
- Failed to take positive action as a result of that allegation;
- Failed to complete risk assessments relating to a vulnerable victim of domestic abuse;
- Failed to safeguard a child (Miss Makunova) in failing to complete a report for a database containing details of minors who have had contact with police.
PC Dennis is also accused of providing false and misleading information on a crime report. It is claimed the officer wrongly recorded that Miss Makunova did not want to make a statement when she had not been asked to do so; wrongly stated that a risk assessment form had been completed; and incorrectly said that she had refused to answer some questions.
I can't really blame them for not caring. No-one else seems to have...