39-year-old man jailed for 4 years for removing condom midway while fucking his girlfriend 

39-year-old man jailed for 4 years for removing condom midway while fucking his girlfriend 

Guy Mukendi, a 39-year-old from Brixton, has been sentenced to four years and three months in prison after being convicted of rape for removing his condom without the consent of his partner during sex.

The incident occurred despite the woman’s explicit condition that he must use protection.

In English law, the act of non-consensual condom removal is known as ‘stealthing’ and is classified as rape.

The young woman reported the assault to the Metropolitan Police on May 9, 2023, stating that her consent was contingent upon the use of a condom.

The investigation revealed that Mukendi had sent text messages apologizing for his actions, explaining that he removed the condom because he had not had sex in a long time.

The victim managed to take screenshots of these messages before Mukendi deleted them.

Despite his denial of the rape charge, Mukendi was found guilty and sentenced today at Inner London Crown Court.

Detective Constable Jack Earl, who led the investigation, praised the meticulous work of his team in building a compelling case that left no doubt in the jury’s mind.

“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,” said Detective Constable Earl.

“We were dedicated to securing justice for the victim and will continue to raise awareness that this crime is a form of rape. The victim did the right thing to call the police straight away and her bravery should not be overshadowed.”

Kate Holmes, Head of Sexual Violence Helplines at Survivors Gateway, emphasized the importance of support for survivors of sexual violence.

“Survivors of sexual violence in London can contact the Survivor’s Gateway on 0808 801 0860 to be connected with support. Our Navigators provide a confidential, non-judgmental space, and can make referrals for counselling as well as practical advocacy support.”

This case highlights the serious nature of ‘stealthing’ and the legal consequences for those who engage in this non-consensual act.

It also underscores the importance of reporting sexual violence and the resources available for survivors seeking justice and support.

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