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He said: 'People left and I was left with two guys. I don't know if it was spiked.'It's hazy what happened. It lasted a few hours.'Left with internal cuts and bruises, Mr Thompson remembers staggering home, in a daze. He is now sharing his story to 'break the silence' surrounding the subject of male rape, and to encourage other victims to speak out.I remember them taking my jeans off, but I tried not to focus on what was happening.'You can fight, flight or flop. He said: 'Male rape is a taboo.'Men are told they shouldn't get upset or talk about it because they're men.A DJ has said he was pushed to the brink of suicide after he was raped by two men in a hotel room during a night out. 'I wasn't interested.'After officers arranged for him to have swabs taken later that evening, to collect evidence, he was told he could not wash.'I had the same clothes on and smelt of the blokes. Meanwhile, Mr Thompson's girlfriend had phoned his mother Jan, and care homes manager father Gary, both 49, who drove to the flat in Manchester. Too scared to stay in Manchester, fearing it might happen again, he moved back in with his parents in Newark.'For the next month, I wanted to die,' he said. 'And while I was a bit nervous, the party wasn't in a bar and everyone was in a good mood.'DJ-ing did me the power of good and helped put me on the road to recovery.'After the party, Mr Thompson returned to Manchester, but his relationship became a casualty of what had happened.'I experienced night terrors and would grab my girlfriend in my sleep,' he said.'I tried having sex with her, but only because I was trying to be normal.'I'm not interested in sex now. I'm told this is fairly normal after being raped.'All of this took a toll on her.Sam Thompson revealed how he was left feeling 'dirty' and 'ashamed,' and 'wanted to jump off a bridge,' after the terrifying ordeal, which lasted several hours. It was never on my radar.'Now I want to make men aware, to break the silence surrounding the crime and to encourage victims to speak out.'Mr Thompson, who formerly worked as a trainer for care home staff and also supported residents, was attacked in Manchester on September 1, 2016, having recently moved there to be with his then girlfriend. I didn't want to live.'It was only the thought of my family, that it would have destroyed them, that I thought, I can't do it to them.'Back home, he broke down as he told Brady and his then girlfriend-of-18-months, who does not want to be named, what had happened.'I couldn't stop crying,' said Mr Thompson. Learning disability nurse Mrs Thompson said: 'It was horrific to hear what had happened.'Sam was traumatised. 'I lost control, chucking tables and chairs around, and screaming "I want to die".'My youngest brother Jacob was 15. She couldn't understand how it had happened.'I didn't want it to be a burden on her, so I moved out last October and we split up in January.'Sadly, earlier this year, Mr Thompson had a nervous breakdown.'I was burning myself out, working every day as a recruitment consultant, and DJing at weekends, so I didn't have to think about the rape,' he confessed.'I wasn't talking to anyone. It was all about being manly, pretending it didn't happen.'Then, one day, I started to cry at work and had to accept what had happened to me.'I started having therapy and talking.'Now, looking back, it's hard to imagine how I felt - wanting to end my life. I couldn't bear being left alone.'Comfort eating sweets and chocolate, he would sit in the shower for hours, in a daze.They should be manly.'Now happy to socialise, he is also keen to stress that men must be mindful that rape does not only affect women. But it can happen to men too.' But then he began burning himself out by working every day as a recruitment consultant, and DJing at weekends, so he didn't have to think about the rape.
Having lost his phone during the evening and unable to contact Mr Hutchings, he accepted an invitation to join the revellers for another drink, after chatting to them outside a club.'It was about 3am and everyone was in the street waiting for taxis, after the club finished, being sociable,' said Mr Thompson.'A man said, "come with us for a drink" and it seemed like a great idea. I've made most of my friends that way.'Mr Thompson remembers being in a hotel room, where the group dispersed, leaving him with two men. And on 21 July, he will attempt to break the world record for the longest DJ marathon on internet radio, playing for 48 hours, hoping to raise £4,800 for the charity.I've been there before countless time – It's ruined full days for me, it's made me fall back into ED behaviours, it's made me […] Marky Mark’s still got it!Mark Wahlberg showed off his muscular physique in an Instagram video he recently shared.In an interview with Women’s Health, published on Wednesday, December 20, she said that the tumor has been “such a gift” after it helped her refocus on what’s important. It might be winter but Sofia Richie soaked up the sun in Miami on Friday, December 8, where she flaunted a teeny white bikini.The model, 19, hung out on the Florida beach where she was just spotted with boyfriend Scott Disick earlier this week – but this time she had […] *very vulnerable post & may be triggering* Ahhhh change room lighting 🙄 the lighting that can make you go from having a good day to wtf my body looks like that????