Father R*p*d His Own Lesbian Daughter To Prove “Sex Was Better With Men”

A DAD raped his own daughter in a bid to “show her that sex with men is better” after she came out to him as gay, a court has heard. The father, who cannot be named to protect the identities of his victims, also raped his other daughter during two decades of sexual abuse.

He was caged for 21 years on Friday after being found guilty of three rapes during the 1980s and 90s, reports the Coventry Telegraph. He had initially plead not guilty to nine charges of indecent assault, one of indecency with a child and three counts of rape at Warwick Crown Court but was convicted of all his crimes at a trial.

The court heard that the 54-year-old brute attacked his 16-year-old daughter, who he had groomed since the age of 11, after she told him she was “struggling with her identity”.

Judge Andrew Lockhart QC said: “As a 16-year-old girl she realised she was gay and, struggling with her identity as many people do at that age, she decided to tell you. “You reacted by showing real and uncontrolled anger, and you decided to rape her to show her why it would be better to have sex with men than women. Her evidence made harrowing listening.

“That rape involved degradation and humiliation. The offence demonstrated your hostility towards her as a lesbian.” Jailed for 21 years, the sick dad must also serve an additional five years on licence following his eventual release from prison and will remain behind bars for at least two-thirds of the sentence, rather than the normal half before being considered for parole.

He must also be registered as a sex offender for the rest of his life. The judge pointed out that at the time of the defendant’s indecent assaults in the 1980s, the maximum sentence was just five years – whereas now he could have faced life imprisonment for penetrative sexual activity.

Speaking after the harrowing court case, the NSPCC told the paper: “The victims in this horrific case have shown incredible courage to speak out and ensure this evil abuser is brought to justice.

“It is vital they now receive the support they need to attempt to move forward with their lives. “This case shows that survivors of abuse will be listened to, no matter how long ago it happened or who the abuser was. They do not need to suffer in silence.”