Lloyd Collins, 30, of Brighton was sentenced to a total of 15 years in jail at Chichester Crown Court on Monday 18 July.
All offences were committed in Brighton. The offences included seven sexual activities with a girl, one assaulting another teenage girl by a beating, one of making possessing indecent videos and still images of children, one possessing cannabis with intent to supply, and one racially aggravated assault of a police officer.
Collins will be a registered sex offender for life. He was given a Sexual Harm Prevention Order, severely restricting his access to children on all digital communications and devices. He was given lifelong Restraining Orders, prohibiting him from any contact with his two victims.
Credit: Sussex Police
Detective Constable Elaine Welsh said “I have been working on this case for four years, during which time Collins has shown no remorse or responsibility for the offences which he has committed. He assaulted teenage girls at the most vulnerable time of their lives while they were estranged from their families and trying to make their way in life. He lied his way into their lives, supplying them with alcohol and drugs.”
“These women have shown the utmost dignity and resolve. They have moved on with their lives and will continue to move on and recover”.
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