The younger girl, who can’t be recognized for authorized causes, learn out an emotional sufferer affect assertion at a sentence listening to in Parramatta Kids’s Court docket on Wednesday within the presence of her rapist.
“I hate you for what you probably did to me. You do not need to be completely satisfied after the cruelty you’ve got proven me,” she mentioned.
“I’ve struggled each day since. So have my mother and father, my little sister, my mates and family members, and also you proceed to reside your life with out repercussions.”
The person, who additionally can’t be named, studied with the sufferer at Katoomba Excessive Faculty within the Blue Mountains.
He was discovered responsible of six counts of sexual activity with out consent and one depend of choking.
The rape occurred at a home occasion on a mattress within the premises’ front room, the Justice of the Peace heard.
The sufferer mentioned she hoped her assaulter’s household may reside with the “actuality of the monster” he was.
She advised the courtroom the rape had destroyed her life, leaving her “ashamed and irreversibly broken” whereas giving her nightmares, psychological points and low vanity.
“I do not know who I’ve grow to be. I was so positive of what I used to be going to do with my life and now I am so very misplaced,” she mentioned.
“Now all I can do is pray that this Justice of the Peace decides to place you behind bars the place you need to be.”
The accused’s solicitor Brian Walker mentioned a suspended management order was acceptable for the sexual assault.
“In my submission, it falls to the decrease finish of goal seriousness for offending of this type,” he mentioned.
There was preliminary consent, and the incident was opportunistic, occurring in an open space round folks, he advised the courtroom.
The lawyer argued his consumer had not deliberate something or lured the sufferer into an remoted spot.
The younger man was now an individual of fine character and had a low chance of reoffending, being in job and a steady relationship, Walker mentioned.
Nevertheless, the courtroom heard the person had persistently denied the allegations of rape and had not proven any contrition or regret for his actions.
The Justice of the Peace will hand down her sentence on August 25.