Bouncer, 50, who raped woman suffering panic attack jailed

Bouncer, 50, who raped woman suffering panic attack jailed

December 21, 2021

Bouncer, 50, who raped a woman suffering a panic attack after luring her into a restaurant on the pretext of helping her is jailed for six years

  • Neil Brown, 50, was working at a restaurant in Quayside, Cambridge 
  • His victim came to the restaurant in August 2018
  • He lured her into the staff office and forcibly removed her clothing and raped her
  • Brown today jailed for six years and eight months at Cambridge Crown Court 

A ‘predatory’ bouncer who raped a woman suffering a panic attack after luring her into a restaurant office on the pretext of helping her was today jailed for six years.

Neil Brown, 50, was working at a restaurant in Quayside, Cambridge.

His victim came to the restaurant in August 2018 and he discovered she was having a panic attack.

He lured her into the staff office on the pretext of helping her but forcibly removed her clothing and raped her

Brown was today jailed for six years and eight months at Cambridge Crown Court  

Neil Brown, 50, (pictured) was working at a restaurant in Quayside, Cambridge, on 4 August 2018 when he raped his victim 

He was later arrested and said in interview he had never met the victim.   

Forensic tests revealed a full DNA match but Brown, of Ronald Avenue, Stratford, London, continued to protest his innocence. 

After a trial at Cambridge Crown Court, Brown was found guilty of rape and sexual assault by a jury. 

 DC Faye Patterson, who investigated, said: ‘Brown was a predator who saw opportunity in a vulnerable woman and took full advantage of her helplessness.

‘He has shown absolutely no remorse throughout the investigation and court case.

‘This case shows the value of forensic evidence and how seriously both the police and the justice system take sexual offences.’

After a trial at Cambridge Crown Court (pictured), Brown was found guilty of rape and sexual assault by a jury and jailed for six years and eight months

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