Man, 48, who sexually abused his girlfriend before he made laminated posters with revenge porn

Father, 48, who sexually abused his girlfriend before he made laminated revenge porn posters and put them in his own daughter's SCHOOLBAG

  • The court heard that the 48-year-old made the woman's posters after a fight
  • He pushed the victim into a bed in her house and took off her underwear and dress
  • During the trial, the woman said she was humiliated and suffering from PTSD
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A father who has laminated intimate images of his girlfriend and put them in their daughter's school bag is stuck.

The Canberra man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was found guilty yesterday in the Supreme Court of ACT.

He was accused of sexually abusing his girlfriend and threatening to spread intimate images of her, the ABC reported.

The court heard that the 48-year-old made the woman's posters after a fight when he pinned her into a bed in her house and removed her underwear.

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The Canberra man, who cannot be named, was found guilty in the ACT Supreme Court yesterday. He was accused of sexual abuse of his girlfriend and threatened to spread intimate images of her (stock image)

The Canberra man, who cannot be named, was found guilty in the ACT Supreme Court yesterday. He was accused of sexual abuse of his girlfriend and threatened to spread intimate images of her (stock image)

He only stopped when he heard their daughter cry from a nearby room.

After the man had brought the girl to rest, he returned to the bedroom where he tore her mother's dress and bra.

After the attack, the victim received a text message.

On one occasion the court heard that he handed the woman their daughter's things and five posters with her in intimate situations fell from the pile.

She then received a text message from her partner with the text: & # 39; Oh, there are more in her school bag & # 39 ;.

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After a separate fight, she received a message with the text: & # 39; Errors make beautiful posters & # 39 ;.

She then went outside and found a topless photo of her near his car.

During the trial in June, the woman said she was humiliated and suffering from PTSD.

After the attack, the victim received a text message. On one occasion the court heard that he handed the woman their daughter's things and five posters with her in intimate situations fell from the pile. She then received a text message from her partner with the text: & # 39; Oh, there are more in her school bag & # 39 ;. After a separate fight, she received a message with the text: & # 39; making beautiful posters & # 39; mistakes

After the attack, the victim received a text message. On one occasion the court heard that he handed the woman their daughter's things and five posters with her in intimate situations fell from the pile. She then received a text message from her partner with the text: & # 39; Oh, there are more in her school bag & # 39 ;. After a separate fight, she received a message with the text: & # 39; making beautiful posters & # 39; mistakes

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After the attack, the victim received a text message. On one occasion the court heard that he handed the woman their daughter's things and five posters with her in intimate situations fell from the pile. She then received a text message from her partner with the text: & # 39; Oh, there are more in her school bag & # 39 ;. After a separate fight, she received a message with the text: & # 39; making beautiful posters & # 39; mistakes

& # 39; What he endured is the most painful and hardest thing I've ever experienced & she said to the court.

& # 39; I have been betrayed and completely humiliated by the man I have ever loved. & # 39;

It was also heard that he sent offensive messages to her asking for sex, saying she was & # 39; like a dog fucking a tree & # 39 ;.

Justice Loukas-Karlsson told the man that women should not be treated as property.

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He was sentenced to three years in prison with an unconditional release of 18 months in the Alexander Maconochie Center.

Justice Loukas-Karlsson told the man that women should not be treated as property. He was sentenced to three years in prison with a non-conditional release of 18 months in the Alexander Maconochie Center (stock image)

Justice Loukas-Karlsson told the man that women should not be treated as property. He was sentenced to three years in prison with a non-conditional release of 18 months in the Alexander Maconochie Center (stock image)

Justice Loukas-Karlsson told the man that women should not be treated as property. He was sentenced to three years in prison with a non-conditional release of 18 months in the Alexander Maconochie Center (stock image)

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