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Wednesday 24 April 2019

Suspected killers of police officers and a pregnant woman in Afuze, Edo state arrested and paraded (photo)

A man has been sentenced to 12 years in jail after he removed a condom while having sex with a prostitute.

Lee Hogben, 35, was accused of raping his victim by removing a condom against her consent mid-intercourse. She told him "I don’t do that – please no" when he took off the condom but he threatened her as she tried to wriggle free.

Lee contacted the sex worker online through an adult work website where she specifically stated that clients must wear protection. They met at the Royal Bath Hotel in his hometown Bournemouth, Dorset, on January 19 last year after agreeing on a price for two hours.

However, he went against all the laid down conditions. First, he had sex with her without protection. Second, he never paid her for her services.

Prosecutor Jodie Mittell said Hogben threatened the sex worker with violence when she resisted him.

She said:

Hogben went beyond what was consented to by removing the protection, which the complainant will say was a condition of intercourse.

She repeatedly protested, 'I don’t do that – please, no'. She tried to wriggle away but he told her to stop. He told her he had beaten people up and robbed people.

The victim eventually left the hotel, told police and Hogben was arrested the following day before being linked to the rape from DNA.

Hogden, who has a string of convictions for harassment and driving offences, was convicted of rape and two counts of assault.

He was sentenced to 12 years in prison as well as an extended licence period of six years. He was also sentenced to indefinite restraining orders and a sexual harm prevention order.

As he was sentenced after a trial he threatened to shoot judge Stephen Climie, telling him, "I’m coming for you. You’ll get a shotgun in the face at night."

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