Sex monster who raped a teenage girl so violently in a public park that it could no longer walk after the attack was thrown behind bars
- A 20-year-old man raped a 16-year-old so hard that she couldn't walk
- He held her throat and she was left with bloody knees and dirt everywhere
- The teenager was taken to the hospital, but only four months later the police were involved
A man who so violently raped a drunk teenager in a park in Perth that she then had trouble walking was sentenced to five and a half years in prison.
Fallah George, then 20 years old, drank alcohol with a group of people, including the 16-year-old victim he had just met, on Perth's waterfront in December 2016 when he asked her to walk with him.
George then pushed her against a shed and started kissing the girl despite her protests and told her to & # 39; chill & # 39 ;, hear the West Australian district court Thursday.
A 20-year-old man brutally raped a 16-year-old that she could no longer walk after the attack (stock)
The girl realized that her friends were gone and also tried to leave, but stumbled and spilled the contents of her handbag.
George grabbed her and laid her on the floor and raped her, with his hand over her throat for part of the attack, which somewhat blocked her flow of air and prevented her from calling, the court heard.
& # 39; You were only concerned about your own sexual satisfaction, & # 39; said Judge Linda Petrusa.
After the attack, George left the girl at a fast food store where she was picked up by a friend who told him she wanted her stepmother.
& # 39; (She) could not move and had makeup all over her face, & # 39; said Judge Petera.
& # 39; She had dirt in her hair (s) on her clothes and her knees had blood on it. & # 39;
The girl was taken to the hospital, but the police were called in only after four months.
Instead, she added George on Facebook and in an online conversation, he confirmed that he was not using a condom, and told her to take a pill, the court heard.
In his last message to the girl, George apologized for raping her.
The couple met on the foreshore of Perth in December 2016 when he asked her to walk with him. Pictured the south bank of Perth
& # 39; If I did, I'm sorry, okay? I know sorry nothing will change, but please, it won't happen again because it's my fault and I apologize for my mistake, & he said.
Judge Petrusa noted that the girl partially blamed herself for what happened because she had not kept her curfew.
The judge said the girl had been physically and emotionally hurt, violated, angry and frustrated.
She also had constant nightmares and agoraphobia, and had used medication to calm herself, the court heard.
George, a Guinean refugee who came to Australia at the age of 10, was found guilty of sexual penetration without permission.
The father of one must have been behind bars for at least three and a half years before he is eligible for conditional release.
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