Woman accused of kidnapping a 14-year-old girl and plying her with GHB and ice ‘tried to set the teen’s hijab on FIRE’
- Detectives arrested Elham Naaman, 24, in north-western Sydney on Sunday
- Police allege she drove girl, 14, to a hotel where she was supplied ice and GHB
- Girl then taken to a Greenacre unit and allegedly sexually assaulted by a man
- Police allege 24-year-old allegedly tried to set her hijab on fire during ordeal
- Naaman was refused bail after court heard of her ‘violent’ criminal history
A young woman who allegedly plied a 14-year-old girl with ice and GHB has been accused of trying to set the teenager’s hijab on fire during a horrific kidnapping ordeal.
Elham Naaman, 24, allegedly detained the girl in June after taking her to a hotel room in Parramatta in western Sydney and giving her the illegal drugs.
Naaman is accused of then taking the girl to a unit in Greenacre in the city’s south-west where she was sexually assaulted by a man.
The 24-year-old woman – who was known to the girl – also tried to set the teenager’s hijab on fire and steal her iPhone, police allege.
Naaman was charged with kidnap in company, supplying a prohibited drug, stealing, intimidation and damaging property by fire with intent to injure after being arrested at Berkshire Park in Sydney’s north-west on Sunday morning.
Naaman is not facing any sexual offence charges.
Elham Naaman, 24, (pictured) is accused of kidnapping a 14-year-old girl and trying to set her hijab on fire in June of this year
Police allege two other women and a man were involved in the kidnapping and they expect to make further arrests, The Daily Telegraph reported.
Naaman is accused of taking the girl to a unit in Greenacre in the city’s south-west and plying her with drugs
Naaman was refused bail on Tuesday at Bansktown Local Court after a magistrate heard of her ‘violent’ criminal history, which included motor vehicle theft, common assault and destroying property.
Naaman was allegedly on parole after serving two years and nine months in prison for robbery when she subjected the 14-year-old to the terrifying ordeal.
She has also been charged over an unrelated incident in which she allegedly set fire to her studio apartment in Newcastle on August 14.
Police allege she deliberately lit the fire in an an attempt to destroy evidence of a stabbing.
Naaman allegedly texted an unknown person after the incident: ‘I lit a hotel room on fire to cover your a**e’.
She will next face court over the Newcastle hotel room fire on October 12.
Naaman was refused bail on Tuesday at Bankstown Local Court after a magistrate heard of her ‘violent’ criminal history