A brutal sex attacker who threatened a woman with a hammer and told her, “I’m going to rape you,” has been jailed for nine years

A brutal sex attacker who threatened a woman with a hammer and told her, “I’m going to rape you,” has been jailed.

Macauley Alexander-Rose, 24, held the tool to the terrified victim’s right temple, before grabbing her so hard by the private parts that she screamed in agony.

A court heard how he threatened to kill her as he put his hands around her neck and over her mouth, telling her: “If you don’t have sex with me, I’m going to rape you.”

Macauley Alexander-Rose. A brutal sex attacker who threatened a woman with a hammer and told her, “I’m going to rape you,” has been jailed.

Alexander-Rose, of Armitage, Staffs., also threatened to gouge out a tattoo on her back with a knife, before punching and kicking her until she collapsed unconscious.

He admitted to sexual assault following the incident, which occurred between February 1 and October this year.

He also pleaded guilty to controlling or coercive behaviour by hacking another woman’s social media to spread a sexual picture between January 1 2016 and October 12 last year.

He was jailed for nine years at Hereford Crown Court on Friday (26/1).

Prosecutor Andrew Baker said: “He managed to pick up a hammer. It was held to her right temple.

“He grabbed her private parts very hard so that it hurt and she was screaming. He said: ‘If you don’t have sex with me I’m going to rape you’.

“Alexander-Rose also put his hands around her neck and squeezed it, put his hand over her mouth so she struggled to breathe and threatened to kill her.”

The court also heard how, in November 2014, he received a four month prison sentence, suspended for two years, for assault occasioning actual bodily harm and criminal damage.

He also received another four month prison sentence in January 2015 for battery against another woman who he bit.

Pervert assistant head jailed for making indecent images of schoolchildren

Since you’re here …

Real, independent, investigative journalism is in alarming decline. It costs a lot to produce. Many publications facing an uncertain future can no longer afford to fund it. This means journalists are losing the ability to hold the rich and powerful to account.

We do not charge or put articles behind a paywall. If you can, please show your appreciation for our free content by donating whatever you think is fair to help keep TLE growing.

Every penny we collect from donations supports vital investigative and independent journalism. You can also help us grow by inviting your friends to follow us on social media.


Donate Now Button

Leave a Reply