Spooky teen sex monster haunts a stranger before forcing her to the ground and raping her on a footpath – and he can be out of jail in less than a year
- Robin Clarke, 21, was sentenced Tuesday to four and a half years behind bars
- He pleaded guilty to attacking a woman in Armadale in December 2017
- The court heard that he asked her for the time before he attacked her on the sidewalk
- The woman said she now suffers from nightmares and flashbacks of the moment
Robin Clarke, 21, was sentenced to four and a half years in prison
Terrifying images have been revealed the moment a teenage rapist chased his victim for seconds before he brutally attacked her in broad daylight.
Robin Clarke, 21, was sentenced to four and a half years behind bars after being found guilty of attacking a woman in her 40s in Armadale, southeast Perth, in December 2017.
In a video made with a security camera, he follows the woman through a residential street at 16.8.
Clarke, then 19, asked her about the time before she pushed her to the ground, took off her clothes, and raped her on the sidewalk.
The teenager finally stopped the attack when a driver stopped after he heard the woman scream, WA today reported.
In video captured with a security camera, he sees the mother following a residential street at 4.18 pm. He then asked for the time before he pushed her down, removed her clothes, and raped her on the sidewalk
The attack left the woman with broken ribs, cracks and cuts in her arms and legs.
The woman faced her attacker in the courtroom on Tuesday.
In an emotional victim impact statement, she said the incident claimed her life, left her suicidal, and now she suffers from severe PTSD.
& # 39; The flashbacks and nightmares are extreme, I can still smell it in my sleep, & # 39; she said to the court.
She said she now experiences panic attacks when she goes to & # 39; strange places & # 39 ;, shopping malls, crowds – and when people walk after her.
& # 39; I've never felt so angry with anyone. I am angry with him because he did to me. I thought he would kill me, & she continued.
& # 39; Sometimes I felt so dirty that I always wanted to shower. Because of this I sometimes have an extreme feeling of failure. The shame and aversion of myself is sometimes unbearable. & # 39;
The woman also thanked bystanders who, according to her, saved her life that day.
The incident took place in broad daylight on Eight Rd in Armadale on December 6, 2017
The court heard Clarke has an intellectual disability and had been drinking with friends earlier in the day.
He had an insulting childhood in which he was placed in a foster home at the age of 10.
At the age of 13 he started using marijuana and drinking at the age of 17.
Justice Stephen Scott told Clarke that he had anger management issues that needed to be addressed.
& # 39; The impact on her by your insult has been very important. It will last a long time and will probably be the subject of a major trauma for a very long time … her life seems to have changed permanently, & Scott Scott said.
Clarke received a four-year and six-month sentence with two and a half years already imposed.
He is eligible for conditional release in May 2020.
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