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A New York City rape victim who went to jail for robberies she didn’t commit is suing cops for believing her attackers bogus story.

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Seemona Sumasar claims NYPD cops protected her attacker, Jerry Ramrattan, because he was secretly working as a police informant.

They were forced to set her free in December 2010 when they discovered the robberies were an elaborate fiction. They grew out of tales spun by Ramrattan — a private eye and cop buff — who talked a ragtag group of criminal friends into helping him carry out his devious plot.

“The scheme was poorly conceived and bumblingly executed,” Sumasar’s lawyer, Nick Brustin, said in a lawsuit filed in Brooklyn Federal Court. “Authorities should have exposed it as a preposterous hoax.”

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