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Maidstone: Stranger throws girl on floor and gives her ‘dry hump’ while waiting for cab

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A general view of Maidstone Crown Court

Oseni was sentenced at Maidstone Crown Court (Picture: PA)

‘Ugly’ man who attacked teenager waiting for taxi has been sent to jail.

Oluwasen Oseni, 33, spent the evening in a nightclub before pranking on the 16-year-old without warning.

He grabbed her around the waist, dragged her into a car park, threw her face down to the ground and then screamed from behind to have sex with her as she screamed for him to stop.

The girl, whom he had never met, went on a night out with friends in Maidstone, Kent, on August 21 last year.

Prosecutor Richard Hernden told a court that forklift driver Oseni, who had taken off his ponytail, sat down beside him and put him in a chokehold as he ‘dry-humped’ him.

Oseni, a father of three children, was interrupted by Theresa Locke, a woman who bravely tried to pull him by her hair.

He heard the girl screaming, but was punched in the face and given a black eye when he tried to help.

Despite her own injury, Ms. Locke called on others to help and then threw road debris at Oseni as he continued to attack the teenager in a horrific attack that was captured on CCTV.

She was eventually pulled over, only to be driven to the taxi office where Ms. Locke escorted her to a safe place and closed the door behind them.

The court heard that Oseni repeatedly hit the window with his fists, while resting his eyes on the shocked teenager, who had bruises, cuts and bruises all over her body.

Eyewitnesses later described him as grunting, dribbling, sniffing and ‘dead behind his eyes’.

A urine test conducted after his arrest found traces of alcohol and cannabis, and Oseni of Orpington later claimed that his drink may have been spiky.

But this was not supported by any evidence in court and he later admitted to causing actual bodily harm, one offense of sexual assault and two of assault.

Jailing them yesterday at Maidstone Crown Court, Judge Robert Lazarus praised the courage of the two victims, and said women had a right to be protected from behavior that was ‘inherently wrong in the extreme’.

Judge Lazarus: “After seeing what I’ve seen on CCTV, the defendant does not appear to be in any way uncoordinated while committing this crime.

‘He was able to use considerable force and control while carrying out this horrific attack. What we see was not the result of intoxication.’

The incident led to two employees of the taxi office quitting their jobs, including a security guard, who felt responsible for not keeping the girl safe.

The court heard that the girl was waiting outside the sapphire cars at Pudding Lane, Maidstone and was alone as her friends had gone to buy food.

She later gave an impressive statement to the police in which she explained that she had been left ‘very careful’ and how her parents had become very protective, calling her several times a day and several calls to keep track of her whereabouts. buy a phone

He described his daughter as ‘a different child’ since the attack, although Judge Lazarus praised her ‘strength and resilience’ in continuing to socialize and study.

The court was told that Oseni, who has pleaded not guilty to any of the violence or sex offences, had struggled to come to terms with his ‘completely out of character’ behavior, but had now shown genuine remorse and repented of his Wanted to apologize to the victims.

Ann Tayo defended, saying that he had admitted to his ‘self-induced intoxication’ which had humiliated him.

He said, ‘It is the result of drinking alcohol and he has to live with a consequence.’

Oseni was jailed for two years and four months for assault and sexual assault on the teenager, and Ms Locke was jailed for eight months for punching, three years in total.

Judge Lazarus said the attack on Ms Locke should be treated as “no different than the interference of a police officer trying to arrest a suspect”.

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