Two men have been jailed after a woman was drugged and gang raped by four people while a fifth watched.
The victim was forced to relive the horrific ordeal in court after the two men charged with rape denied the offence.
Hemin Salimpirik, 33, and Kuchar Rahim, 35, were jailed for a total of 32 years after a judge said they had plotted with the other men to have sex with her.
A sentencing hearing at Newport Crown Court on Tuesday heard both defendants were found guilty of rape.
Two other men were also involved in the abuse while a fifth man watched on without assisting the woman but they have not been charged.
The court was told Salimpirik had invited the woman to his home in Abertridwr, Wales, on November 24 last year and both had agreed to have consensual sex.
But when she arrived the woman discovered there were four other men present whom she did not know.
Salimpirik told her they were leaving and gave her a drink spiked with a drug used to incapacitate her.
Sentencing, Judge Jeremy Jenkins said: I am quite satisfied it was at that time that the plan to have sex with her, come what may, was made between you all.
The woman began to feel strange and unable to move her head or her limbs. She said she wasnt drunk but described it as a feeling she had never felt before.
At this point Salampirik began to initiate the abuse and said to her Come to daddy before the others joined in.
Judge Jenkins said: She told you to f**k off and leave her alone and she complained [it] was painful but you carried and she was told to carry on and do what she was told.
It must have been obvious to all of you she was not consenting – moreover she was unable to give meaningful consent to what was happening because she had been drugged.
You could not care less and you carried on regardless. You treated her like a dog, leaving her semi-unconscious on the floor in the kitchen.
When the woman reported that she had been raped to police both defendants were arrested but denied the allegations.
As a result of her ordeal the woman told the court she had suffered from nightmares and had fears for her safety. She also had to move from her home as she no longer felt safe there.
Ruth Smith, representing Salimpirik, agreed it was an extremely unpleasant incident but said it was not a case of abduction.
She said the defendant was a working man who played an active role in his childrens lives and had created a home which he will now lose.
Representing Rahim, Alex Greenwood said his client had moved to the UK from Iran 15 years ago as a political refugee and has a wife and three children.
He said his client was a non-English speaker and would finRead More – Source