THE men accused of gang-raping a British teen in Magaluf reportedly recorded more than 20 videos of the alleged attack.
Six tourists, including five French nationals and one Swiss, were claimed to have assaulted the 18-year-old woman in their hotel room on Monday.
The group, who are all in their 20s, are being held in Spain without bail.
The alleged victim claims that she went back to their hotel after meeting them at a party, at which point they set upon her in one of the rooms.
She managed to escape and ran into the street looking for help.
Police confirmed last night that they had found footage of the alleged rape on the suspect’s phones.
Local paper Ultima Hora have reported that more than 20 clips were made.
For their part, the men are believed to be claiming that all sexual activity with the teen was consensual.
It comes after The Sun Online spoke exclusively to the security guard who found the woman sobbing in the hotel lobby shortly after leaving the room.
The guard discovered the victim at the self-proclaimed “party hotel” in the notorious Spanish resort in the early hours.
He said: “I came in for the morning shift and found her downstairs, she was so upset.
“It was awful.”
He called the police, who took a description of the alleged attackers and rushed to woman to hospital.
Meanwhile, Club owners, promoters and bar staff on the nearby strip are “heartbroken” that such a crime could reportedly take place in their “good time” community.
Majorcan local, Maria, 44, who runs a clothing store on Magaluf’s busiest party street, told The Sun she was in utter “shock”.
She said: “It was very strange to read the news, we were shocked.
“It is summer yes, and people party and fight and drink too much but nothing this bad. This should not have happened.”
A spokesperson for the BH Mallorca Resort said: “The BH Mallorca Resort deeply regrets what has happened and would like to manifest its firm and forceful repudiation of the alleged sexual attack that occurred in the early hours of Monday August 14 at the hotel.
“The hotel also wants to demonstrate its solidarity with the alleged victim of this aggression.
“We are co-operating fully with the Civil Guard and its investigators in everything they consider to be necessary.
“This hotel ratifies through this statement its commitment to the condemnation of all types of sexual attacks that affect peoples’ dignity and physical integrity.
“Behaviour that undermines those rights has no place in this establishment.”
A Civil Guard spokesperson added: “I can confirm we are investigating an alleged gang-rape at a hotel in Magaluf.
“The investigation is ongoing and involves a team of officers specialising in probing alleged sex crimes in Magaluf.”