A cold moment, a sex monster walks into a pub and greets a young mother in a pokie room, moments before he brutally rapes her in a bathroom – but he STILL walks the streets
- Abathur Khamas raped a woman in her hotel bathroom twice in the early morning
- He maintained his innocence but was found guilty of two counts of rape
- The victim of Khamas said that she was unable to continue while walking freely through the streets
- She relived the ordeal in a heartbreaking letter two years after the incident
A young mother who has been raped twice in her hotel bathroom by a man she met in a poker room cannot continue her life because the predator is still walking the streets.
Abathur Khamas sexually abused Amy – a pseudonym used to protect the identity of the woman – at the Cross Roads Hotel in Casula in southwest Sydney on Wednesday.
CCTV recordings obtained by An ongoing case let Khamas approach Amy before she offers her a drink.
The images showed that Khamas parked his car outside the hotel before he came in with two friends who accompanied him all night.
The friends were not involved in any misconduct.
Khamas surprised Amy with a drink and the couple shook hands as they introduced themselves.
Amy met the other two male friends of Khamas and the group played machines in the hotel playroom.
She invited them to her hotel room where they drank and used drugs while playing loud music.
Between 3.20 am and 3.30 pm Khamas raped Amy twice in her hotel bathroom, while the couple are alone.
Abathur Khamas (photo) sexually attacked Amy – a pseudonym used to protect the identity of the woman – at the Cross Roads Hotel in Casula in southwest Sydney
Khamas fled the hotel and drove away when Amy sent her mother a text message and asked the police for help.
Two years later, his victim experienced the ordeal again and described himself as an & # 39; emotional puzzle that I am sure you will never be able to put together again & # 39 ;.
Khamas maintained his innocence, but was found guilty of two counts of rape in May – but has not served a day behind bars four months later.
He is currently on bail awaiting sentencing – and faces at least seven years in prison.
Amy says the delays in placing her sex attacker behind bars only prolong her torture, which she opened in a written letter.
& # 39; Every day can be like a tower of terror. At any moment something can evoke my thoughts and I can easily fall to the ground &, she wrote.
& # 39; That night you chose to violate me without concern, which affected not only my own mental and physical health, but also innocent loved ones close to me.
& # 39; There are days when I am an emotional puzzle that I am sure you can never put together again. One where the broken pieces may never be found by you. & # 39;
He surprises Amy with a drink and the couple shakes hands as they introduce themselves
Lawyer Sebastian De Brennan said that Khamas did not spend time in prison because & # 39; there is no hard and fast answer to these things & # 39 ;.
& # 39; There may be particularly compelling circumstances why that judge could give that individual bail & # 39 ;, he said.
When Khamas stood in court, Judge John Pickering SC said: “There is no doubt that what he and his fiance have experienced in recent weeks would be traumatic for everyone, and you will not stop being human just because You have been found guilty of a crime. & # 39;
Curry Thompson of the Victims Of Crime Assistance League said Amy's story proves that sexual violence can occur anywhere, even in places and around people who seem safe.
& # 39; It is very overwhelming and very emotional for someone to report a sexual assault, & # 39; said Thompson.
Between 3.20 a.m. and 3.30 p.m., Khamas rapes Amy twice in her hotel bathroom (photo) while the couple is alone
Khamas became a convicted thief in 2011 and has lost his driver's license twice for drunk driving.
In November 2015, he was excluded from driving for three months.
In August 2018, he was disqualified for driving for nine months while on bail for rape.
He was found guilty of sexual intercourse in May without permission.
Amy said it & # 39; required & # 39; should be detained after being convicted of rape.
& # 39; The fact that I keep falling back, that you are dragging me through this hell with you, is your fault and a disappointment of the system, & # 39; she said.
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