Sick rapist who blackmailed his ex-girlfriend into ‘degrading sex sessions’ has appeal thrown out

A sick rapist who told his ex girlfriend she must submit to his twisted sexual demands or he would expose lingerie pictures, that she had previously sent to him, to her friends, family and workmates has had his appeal thrown out.

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Unemployed electrical engineer Daood Ishaq Hussain, 31, also forced his victim into ‘degrading sex sessions’ at hotels after he showed her a leaflet he had made which included pictures of her in lingerie, along with her address and telephone number with a caption advertising her as a prostitute, the Court heard.

After becoming scared of what Hussain was capable of and the fact that her family would disown her she agreed to meet him ten times for ‘sex sessions.’

Hussain also blackmailed the victim into handing over £10,000 of her life savings, again telling her if she did not  he would release the pictures to her friends and family.

The victim finally found the courage to involve the police after Hussain tried to blackmail her for more money.

The police investigation lead to Hussain being charged and later being found guilty

The jury convicted him of blackmail and 12 counts of rape and he jailed for 17 years at Birmingham Crown Court.

At the trial, Judge Peter Carr, said “You treated her, on the evidence that I have heard, in a demeaning and degrading fashion and with complete contempt.

“The prosecution were right in their submission to the jury in that you were a man who wanted control and you were not going to take no for an answer from her.”

Hussain’s legal team appealed the conviction and challenged the  “safety” of his convictions.

They argued that text message evidence used during the trial should have been thrown out because they could have easily been tampered with.

But Lady Justice Sharp, threw out the complaints, saying: “We are satisfied that the case against him was a strong one and that his conviction is not unsafe”.

The judge reiterated key evidences that were used to find Hussain guilty, including the fact that cash that had been blackmailed from the victim was discovered at his home, even though he had denied taking any money.

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