Rape (noun) a type of sexual assault usually involving sexual intercourse or other forms of sexual penetration perpetrated against a person without that person's consent.
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Queen Catherine ordered the rape of an unconscious Queen Mary by her Scotish subject, Colin MacPhail, to which he complied. However Mary woke up at the sound of someone in her room, as she did not drink her spiked wine.
Colin MacPhail was executed by order of King Henry.
Queen Catherine mentioned when she was a child, she was held Prisoner for 3 years, by Italian rebels. They later attempted to rape her and the nuns she was with.
They were all slautered by Pope Clement VII's army.
Queen Mary was asleep when a small group of guards entered her room. They were revealed to be inposteres dressed in French guard uniforms. They realized King Francis was not in his chambers and that their attempt to assasinate him was over. They changed strategies when Severin, along with a second man held the Queen down and raped her. Before the second man was able to do the same, Queen Mary bashed him over the head and made her escape.
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