Man who removed condom during sex with prostitute, despite her objections, is raped for 12 years for rape
- Lee Hogben ignored the repeated objections of his victim and continued to have sex
- Rape took place in the room of the four-star Royal Bath Hotel in Bournemouth, Dorset
- Hogben broke the agreed permission conditions with an escort in her twenties who went to the police
- He was arrested on suspicion of rape, later found guilty and imprisoned for 12 years
- Hogben says judge: & I come for you. You get a gun in the face at night & # 39;
Lee Hogben ignored his victim's objections and continued unprotected sex
A man who removed his condom with a prostitute during consensual sex has been imprisoned for 12 years for raping her.
Lee Hogben, 35, ignored his victim's repeated objections and continued unprotected sex with her in a room at the four-star Royal Bath Hotel in Bournemouth, Dorset.
In addition, Hogben broke the agreed consent conditions with the escort, at the age of 20, who then went to the police.
He was arrested the following day on suspicion of rape and forensic tests by the complainant corresponded to Hogben's DNA with a probability of one in a billion.
Hogben denied the accusation of rape but was found guilty after a lawsuit.
He threatened to kill the woman's grandparents when she complained, saying in a message: & # 39; I'm going to hit your head for what you did to me & # 39; and & # 39; I'm going to kill your grandparents & # 39 ;.
After being imprisoned for 12 years, Hogben threatened to defeat the judge with a furious outburst. Appeared via video link at Bournemouth Crown Court, he told Judge Stephen Climie: & I come for you. You get a gun in the face at night & # 39;
The attack took place in a room at the four-star Royal Bath Hotel in Bournemouth, Dorset
The court heard that the victim advertised her services on an adult work website. She has explicitly stated online that all her customers must use protection when she is with her.
Hogben contacted her and the couple met at the hotel in his hometown on January 19 last year. The couple agreed a price in advance for two hours of her services.
Jodie Mittell, who prosecuted, said the escort claimed that Hogben threatened her with violence when she stopped him during sex.
She said: & # 39; Hogben went beyond what was allowed by removing the protection, what the complainant would say was a condition of sexual intercourse.
& # 39; She protested repeatedly, & # 39; I don't do that – please, no & # 39 ;. She tried to wriggle away, but he told her to stop. He told her he had beaten people and robbed people. & # 39;
Afterwards, Hogben left without paying the woman, although she spent two hours in her company.
Mittell read aloud a victim's influence from the woman. In it she said that she considered self-harm as a result of what had happened to her.
Hogden, who has had dozens of previous convictions for harassment and violations, was convicted of rape and two cases of abuse in relation to the escort.
He pleaded guilty to threatening to destroy property, disclose private photos, break a restraining order, and make malicious communication regarding a second female victim.
Nick Robinson, defensively, said the crimes took place when Hogben was in a & # 39; heightened emotional state & # 39; used to be. He suffered sexual abuse during years of care.
He said: & # 39; His coping mechanism is driving, violence, abuse and talking to people as he talks about himself and to himself. & # 39;
Hogben was sentenced to 12 years in prison and an extended license period of six years, making the total sentence 18 years.
He was also sentenced to non-binding street prohibitions and a measure to prevent sexual damage.
After the case, Dorset Police Detective Inspector Kate Lill said: “Lee Hogben is a dangerous perpetrator who raped and sexually abused his frightened victim.
& # 39; I would like to commend her and all witnesses in this case for their courage to come forward and support the investigation.
& # 39; We will always take reports of sexual crimes extremely seriously, regardless of a person's background or circumstances.
& # 39; We recognize that not everyone wants to report a matter directly to the police. We have a sexual assault center for Dorset and its knowledgeable staff is independent of the police. & # 39;