British man imprisoned in Spain for raping and torturing a woman
A British man has been sentenced to nine years in prison for raping a woman during a long-term attack in a Spanish resort.
Former rugby player Dylan Rory Rogers, educated in high school, forced his 23-year-old victim to have sex with him and perform sexual acts for two days.
Prosecutors have described the heinous sado-masochistic treatment to which he has subjected her in a charge that was released to a court in the capital of Mallorca before his trial on Wednesday.
They accused him of spraying her with pepper one time and throwing eggs at another, having her dance naked for him and her & # 39; his slave & # 39; to be mentioned on the day of the first rape.
On another occasion, he would have changed her SIM card in her phone, causing her to lose all her contacts & # 39; so that he could exercise more control over her & # 39; as part of the & # 39; dominant situation he imposed on her by abusing his authority and physical superiority & # 39 ;.
Pictured: Dylan Rogers when he was arrested last August. Majorca police have arrested a British man whom they have named as Dylan Rogers accused of sexually assaulting and beating up a 23-year-old woman
Dylan Rory Rogers (photo), 28, has been sentenced to nine years for a brutal two-day sado-masochistic test. He raped and tortured a woman in his flat in L & Arenal, a holiday resort at the eastern end of four-mile Playa de Palma, Mallorca
After he forced her to perform a sexual act on him and raped her on August 7 last year, he stopped her the next morning from leaving the apartment and let her have sex again before she physically attacked her.
Describing how he hit her and slammed her head against the wall as he raped her and grabbed her neck, they added: “He told her that he didn't care if he had to kill her and covered her mouth with tape & # 39;
Rogers, who has been detained in prison since his arrest in August, was imprisoned for nine years after being admitted to a crime of sexual violence and other injury.
A friend then said: & # 39; Dylan went on a boy's vacation about six summers ago and never actually came back. & # 39; The former Bangor Grammar student (Rogers, shown today in court) was identified as a former rugby player of Ulster schools upon his arrest
Prosecutors had sought a total sentence of 34 years – 15 each for two separate counts of sexual violence – for his confession in the courtroom that was part of a deal with a plea.
In addition to the prison sentence, he was also ordered to do 80 days of community service and was given a 21-year restraining order that prevented him from approaching or contacting her victim.
The woman he raped, a 23-year-old European, was in court to see how he was convicted.
Rogers, originally from the Ards peninsula in Co Down, was described at the time of his arrest as a 6ft 2-inch ex-Ulster under-19 rugby player and a former Bangor Grammar student.
Rogers was detained by the police after his victim escaped from their eighth floor apartment in S & Arenal, a resort on the eastern end of four-mile Playa de Palma near the island's airport, and a neighbor warn.
She is thought to be naked and only covered with a towel when she fled the apartment while her convicted rapist was in the shower.
Local press releases at the time showed that he lived in the Magaluf party resort, although the prosecutor stated that since April he has been living with the woman he raped at the crime scene.
Depicted: crime scene block and apartment in L & # 39; Arenal where the alleged rape took place. Rogers was detained by the police after his victim escaped from their eighth-floor apartment in L & Arenal, a resort on the eastern end of four-mile-long Playa de Palma, and warn a neighbor
A friend then said: & # 39; Dylan went on a boy's vacation about six summers ago and never actually came back. & # 39;
At the time of Rogers' arrest, the police were supposed to be ordered to enter the property he was in after the negotiators had made a failed bid to persuade him to turn in.
The verdict, the Audiencia Provincial of Palma, was told that Rogers had a previous conviction for injury.
Wednesday's trial comes just a few days after a controversial decision by the Barcelona court to accuse five men accused of raping a 14-year-old girl's accusation of sexual abuse.
The court ruled out rape because the victim & # 39; unconscious & # 39; and the accused did not use violence or intimidation.
The men were convicted of the minor crime of sexual abuse of a minor, and sentenced to 10 to 12 years in jail, unleashing protests throughout Spain and amending the law.
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