‘The Apprentice’ star Selina Waterman-Smith has revealed the horrific ordeal she went through after being gang raped.
The events manager waived her right to anonymity to speak out about the four-hour attack, which was carried about by three men while she was living in Dubai.
Selina told The Sun how the attack happened just three weeks after she had buried her father in July 2012.
Recalling the ordeal, she said: “I was unconscious for a lot of it, which was a blessing.
“I remember waking in agony and wasn’t able to move or do anything.
“I couldn’t get a grip on reality, where I was or what I was doing. They were pinning me on the floor, laughing and taking photos.”
Selina was raped after meeting a man in a hotel bar, who dragged her into his car after she tried to leave.
Her attackers, Ameen Quoz Najati and Younes Jaan Ali Jabri Quarashi are now serving a 10 year sentence, but the third managed to escape charges after going on the run.
Speaking of the effect it has had on her life, Selina added: “I will probably never really trust men again.
“My anxiety disorder means that I plan everything I do in a hundred different ways before I do it so I can check if something is going to go wrong.”
The star recently made headlines when she revealed she has broken her contract with ‘The Apprentice’, suggesting that viewers may see her quit the pre-recorded show in the coming weeks.
During an episode of spin-off show ‘You’re Fired’, she tweeted: “On another note, I've broken contract with the show and I'm not doing You're Fired - might be why they're attacking me so much! Idiots.”
‘The Apprentice’ continues on Wednesday (4 November) at 9pm on BBC One.