Sussex PCSO bragged to celebrity friends before raping woman

A POLICE community support officer boasted about celebrity friends and free VIP treatment before raping a young woman, a court heard.

The woman said that before the attack, she felt safe going home with a police officer.

She told the court former Sussex Community Support Officer Jamal “Bertie” Robinson claimed he was an armed Met officer and worked at Gatwick Airport.

He entered his number into her phone with a police emoji next to her name after saying he has two houses and had just landed his dream job with the Met Police.

Robinson met the woman at a Brighton nightclub. He gave her his badge and told her the police could get free VIP treatment. He also sent her a photo of him in uniform.

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He boasted about having homes in London and Brighton before taking the woman back to his mother’s home in Worthing, the court heard.

The young woman told police: “I said I’m tired and it’s really late. I’m not in the mood, I’m cold.

“I put on his trackies and he took them off and had sex with me. He didn’t ask.

“I said it hurts, I pushed him and I said I’m tired please let me sleep. I said I’m not in the mood for sex, I’m not in the mood for any of this, I literally said no.

“I tried to sleep on the sofa. I just stayed calm. I haven’t moved. He wanted to have sex with me. I kept my eyes closed.

“I’ve been in this position so many times. Usually I just keep quiet and get it over with and regret it the next day. It took me so long to be confident enough to say no.

“I thought he would listen considering who he is and what he does. He tried to undress me again. I said can you stop, I already said no. He fell silent.”

In the police interview, the young woman said: “I was very firm. I said it hurts, I’m in pain, I’m tired, I have to go home.”

The woman said she told her friend: “He made me do things I didn’t want to do, I’m in so much pain. I think I’ll cry.”

The woman, now 21, said she drank more than usual in one night after enjoying Christmas drinks at home with her family.

She said the officer approached her and her friend at the bar at a Brighton nightclub on Friday December 13, 2019.

She said Robinson boasted about knowing YouTubers Conor Maynard and Caspar Lee.

He told the woman he was sending a video of them at the club to Conor Maynard before punching his number into her phone with a police emoji next to it.

“He just kept talking about being a cop, showing us his badge and saying he just got his dream job at the Met,” the woman said.

“He said we get a free VIP there because we’re from the police and he was going to get one of his friends from the police to give us a lift.”

The officer asked the women to go home with him and his friend.

“I was talking to my friend,” said the young woman. “She was more careful than me. She said come on, they’re not going to break the law.”

The woman reported the rape after returning to college Monday morning, the court heard. She said, “I didn’t want to say the word, I said he forced me to have sex.”

The woman said she lost faith in the police after meeting Robinson.

“I was even more disappointed with the way he acted, bragging about elevators becoming VIP.

“At one point he made me hold and wear his police badge,” she said.

Edward Hand, prosecutor, told the jury at Lewes Crown Court: “This case is about a small group of young people who meet at night and return to one of their homes.

“At one point she says she doesn’t want sex anymore and he moves on, that’s what this case is about.

“She reluctantly consented to the sexual contact.

“The allegation in this case is that she did not consent and he would have known that,” Mr Hand said.

Robinson, whose address was previously listed as Ventnor Villas, Hove, denies rape and sexual assault.

The process goes on.

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