Authorities are probing multiple sexual assaults allegedly committed against minors at a hotel housing 'asylum seekers' in London, according to reports.
Two separate incidents involving young male victims that occurred weeks apart at an unnamed hotel in the borough of Waltham Forest are under investigation.
Suspects in both cases were arrested in September and October, but information is just now being reported by U.K. press.
On October 5, Metropolitan Police received reports that a teenage boy had been raped by a man at the facility.
"Officers attended and spoke to the victim, a boy in his teens, and his family. Specialist support is being provided," a police spokesperson told The Guardian.
"A man, aged in his 30s, was arrested at the scene and taken into custody. He was bailed to return on a date in early January 2023.”
On September 9, a child was allegedly sexually assaulted at the same location by a suspect claiming to be a teenager.
"A male, believed to be aged 17, was charged on Sunday, 11 September with one count of sexual touching of a child under 13," Met Police explained.
"He was bailed by the court to appear at Stratford Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday, 9 November."
Approximately 150 children are living among 250 adults at the hotel, according to reports.
The U.K. has increasingly been using hotels to house 'refugees,' including 4 and 5-star accommodations, as Infowars has reported.
According to The Guardian, "The use of hotel accommodation for people seeking asylum almost trebled in 2021, despite pledges from the Home Office to end its use. At prime minister’s questions on Wednesday, Rishi Sunak said the Home Office was having to book hotel accommodation for hundreds more refugees."
The U.K. Home Office is now exploring plans to place migrants in hotels with the general public, a government source told The Telegraph.
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