Transgender Sex Offender duped Women into Relationships

A sex offender posed as a male to trick three women into relationships, using a prosthetic penis during intercourse without their knowledge.

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“He looked like a guy, he acted like a guy.”

Tarjit Singh, aged 32, of Enfield, London, has been convicted of numerous sex offences.

Snaresbrook Crown Court heard that Singh tricked three women into relationships by posing as a male and using a prosthetic penis during intercourse without their knowledge.

Singh was born as a female named Hannah Walters but now identifies as a transgender male.

The offences spanned between June 2010 and March 2016.

During the abusive relationships, Singh would remain clothed and have sex with the women in the dark using a prosthetic penis.

When the victims began to ask questions, Singh became abusive and manipulative, telling one victim that there was more to a relationship than sex and that she should learn to talk about her feelings more.

Describing the sexual contact, one victim said:

“He looked like a guy, he acted like a guy.”

The victim only found out that Singh was not a man after she discovered a strap-on prosthetic penis several months into their relationship.

She told officers that she felt so stupid that she had fallen for such lies.

Singh told another victim that he had been born a boy, had a sex change to become a woman and wanted to be a man again.

The third victim met Singh in 2014 after receiving a message from Plenty of Fish.

During their relationship, Singh told her that he would be having a sex change to become a woman.

The victim met Singh after what she believed was the sex change. However, she noticed that he now had breasts but no scarring.

The relationship became abusive and the victim complained to the police.

The investigation linked Singh back to the other two victims.

Mobile phone evidence showed a history of websites visited by Singh, which included FreeToMProsthetics.com – a company making ultra-realistic prosthetic penises.

Singh was convicted of three counts of assault by penetration, six counts of assault occasioning actual bodily harm, and one count of making a threat to kill.

Melissa Garner, of the CPS, said:

“These victims have been deceived, betrayed and lied to in the most disturbing and traumatic of ways.

“One of the victims was just 16 years old when she met the defendant.

“Tarjit Singh, who was born as Hannah Walters, presented himself as a man, wore men’s clothing and used a man’s name.

“He tricked three innocent women into believing he was male and when questioned, he violently attacked them and intimidated them into continuing relationships.

“Singh has never admitted his crimes and has continued to claim that these victims were aware of his gender.

“The victims, in this case, have shown immense courage in coming to court and giving evidence.

“Sexual offences can be some of the most complex cases that we prosecute.

“I hope these convictions go some way in providing the victims with closure. The CPS is committed to bringing sexual offenders to justice.”

Singh will be sentenced on July 27, 2022.

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