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UK court jails Zimbabwean four years for removing condom without consent

UK Court sentenced a Zimbabwean man to four Years and three Months In Prison for ‘stealthing’ after removing a condom without consent.

Guy Mukendi, 39, from Brixton, was sentenced on Thursday at Inner London crown court for the rap€ of a woman last year. The woman had consented to s€x with Mukendi on the condition a condom was used, but he removed it without her consent.

According to the Guardian, he removed the protection without her knowledge or consent, leading to his r*pe conviction.

Metropolitan Police officers collaborated closely with the victim, securing critical evidence, including screenshots of messages in which Mukendi admitted to the act, apologizing and attributing his actions to not having had lula lula in a long time.

Despite his attempts to delete these messages, forensic evidence gathered by the police and the victim proved instrumental in the trial.

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DC Jack Earl, who spearheaded the investigation, emphasized the strength of the case built against Mukendi.

Throughout this investigation, Mukendi denied any wrongdoing, but our officers built a compelling case against him to leave no doubt in the jury’s mind. Wwere dedicated to securing justice for the victim and will continue to raise awareness that this crime is a form of r*pe,” Earl stated.

Earl also praised the victim’s bravery for coming forward immediately.

“The victim did the right thing to call the police straight away and her bravery should not be overshadowed. If you have been a victim of s*xual violence and not yet reported it, please contact your local police service and we will do all that we can to help and bring you justice.”

Nonconsensual condom removal, or stealthing, is legally recognized as r*pe under the S*xual Offences Act 2003 in England and Wales.

According to this act, consent is valid only if given freely and with the capacity to make that choice, and deception regarding the nature or purpose of the act nullifies consent.

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