Vile Rapist jailed for Brutally Beating Woman after Raping her

A 25-year-old rapist has been jailed for 12-years after he brutally attacked and raped a teenage girl at a hotel room and filmed her cleaning up her own blood.

Vile Rapist jailed for Brutally Beating Woman after Raping her

He convinced his victim that he was a serial killer and claimed to have killed 37 people

Rapist, Agampodi Dezoysa has been jailed for 12 years, after he brutally attacked and raped a teenager and filmed her cleaning up her own blood.

The former Manchester Metropolitan University student was arrested in late 2016, after he assaulted his victim and trashed a hotel room, where they were staying.

Prosecutor Frank Dillon told Manchester Crown Court: “Dezoysa raped the teenager four times, first in October 2016 at a hotel in Manchester, then ten days after when he raped her twice at a Travelodge, where she refused, when he pestered her for sex.”

In November 2016, she was raped a fourth time at the Block hotel in Liverpool.

Eventually, the rapist was seized by police after becoming ‘paranoid’ following a drinking session at the Britannia hotel in Manchester, where he trashed the hotel room and violently beat the young girl.

He reportedly ordered the girl to strip naked and immediately began punching and kicking her in the face, while she was on the floor.

He then ripped the TV off the wall, hit her on the head with a speaker and choked her until she passed out.

After the horrific attack, Dezoysa forced the teenage girl to clean up her mess, including her own blood. He filmed this on his mobile phone before falling asleep.

It was at that point that the victim managed to escape from the horrific ordeal and raise the alarm. Dezoysa was finally arrested in his hotel room.

According to Manchester Crown Court, Dezoysa met his victim at a party and showered her and her friends with gifts.

The court heard how he convinced his victim that he was a serial killer and claimed to have killed 37 people. He also informed her that he had once ‘strangled a woman and snapped her neck because she had shot his grandmother’.

He boasted about his wealth and protection. The rapist allegedly claimed that his father was the chairman of an old oil company and owned several properties in Warrington, Los Angeles, and London.

Dezoysa additionally used ‘emotional blackmail’ to brainwash the girl into hating her family. It was believed that on one occasion, he sent abusive messages to the girl’s aunt from her phone, pretending to be her.

After the vicious attack, the victim needed hospital treatment for her injuries and had contracted a sexually-transmitted infection from Dezoysa.

Dezoysa previously denied all sexual allegations. However, once the trial began, he pleaded guilty to four counts of rape and assault causing grievous bodily harm and criminal damage. He was later diagnosed with a personality disorder.

Judge Martin Rudland said the ‘delusional landscape’ Dezoysa created for his victim ‘would have been very frightening’ for a girl of her age.

Before sentencing Dezoysa, Judge Martin Rudland said: “It may well be that she [your victim] was attracted to the way you presented yourself.”

He added: “But it soon became clear you could control, and to a degree manipulate her so you could prey on her sexually, which you did on a number of occasions, on a sustained basis, at a number of different locations.”

“I accept you were clearly suffering from mental illness in the form of a delusional personality disorder with which you have now been diagnosed. But you were also prepared to inflict violence on her.”

“I consider you a danger and significant risk to the public of serious harm if you are not closely monitored in future.”

Dezoysa was given a 12-year prison sentence, with an extended licence period of five years. Although he is at risk of being recalled to jail until 2035.

He will not be eligible for parole until he has served at least two-thirds of his sentence, and will be automatically deported to Sri Lanka after his sentencing.

Mehrunnisa is a politics and media graduate. She loves to be creative and unique. She is always open to learning new things. Her motto is: "Chase the dream, not the competition."

Images courtesy of Greater Manchester Police and Manchester Evening News



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