THE uncle of a Brit teenager gang raped with her pal while on holiday in Italy was told by guests ”don’t call the police you will ruin the party”.
The girls, both aged 15, were drugged and set upon by a gang of eight – three of whom have now been pictured in Italian media.
Cops have described the attack at the end-of-summer party as a ”brutal and extreme assault”.
Amazingly both victims fought off their attackers, with one even suffering bite wounds.
He is believed to be the man seen hobbling away on CCTV footage after the horrific attack last Sunday.
According to leaked copies of the investigation, the uncle of one girl went to the party after the attack only for guests to beg him not to call cops or it would ”ruin the party”.
The bash was being held in an exclusive villa at Pisticci, southern Italy, the day before the girls, from the north of England, were due to fly home and return to school.
But cops were alerted and four men – Michele Massiello, 23, Giuseppe Gargano, 19, Alessandro Zuccaro, 21, and Alberto Lopatiello, 22 – have been arrested, while another three were bailed.
All four men – pictured by La Republicca – were in their 20s and described by local media as ”well-known bullies and thugs”.
Named as Pisticci locals, they are being held in jail on suspicion of sexual violence and wounding with a fast-track trial due to take place next week.
One of the girls described in her statement how she ordered a drink from a barman and was then offered a second by a man she met at the party.
She said: ”I didn’t knowingly take any drugs but I think someone put something in my second drink because after I drank it I felt awful.”
‘BRUTAL AND EXTREME’
The girl added of the attack: ”I told them to stop. I was shouting in English let me go.
“They took off their trousers and I tried to defend myself by biting the penis of one. I saw that one of them was trying to film it on his phone.”
Cops have released CCTV from the villa which shows the men fleeing the scene and they were quickly able to track the four down and arrest them in a series of dawn raids.
The girls are said to have confirmed their identities after seeing their social media profiles and urine samples have confirmed both teenagers were drugged.
Family members have flown out to Italy and are with the girls, who are due to attend a fast-track hearing next week.
The men involved deny the allegations.