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Victim tells court he’s a ‘predator’

“I was horrified again,” the woman said in 2015 when police told her the tape was real.

“Seeing that tape and what you said and did to me was painful and disgusting,” she said. I struggled with anxiety about whether you would be held accountable for your actions.

“Today, knowing that you will be held accountable, I can begin rebuilding. .”

Even after his conviction, Parisian continued to maintain that he had consensually role-played with the woman. He said that he was

A report filed with the court found that the Parisian had a below-average risk of committing further sexual offenses and was fit for community service, but noted that he had a “hostility toward women.”

“Mr Parisian seems to believe that women’s intentions are often malicious. [in] “90% of women are gold diggers,” said the report.


“The non-consensual sex crimes involving Mr. Parisian may be an indicator of a deviant sexual interest risk factor, which is associated with an increased risk of sexual recidivism.”

Parisian barrister Chris Watson said Friday there was a lack of evidence to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that his client spiked the woman’s drink. , said an alternative explanation was available for her demeanor in the video.

“He still denies any wrongdoing,” Watson said.

Judge Jane Culver said she did not believe the woman’s behavior on the tape was consistent with food poisoning. He dismissed the allegation that he had done so.

“There is evidence that the victims did not voluntarily or knowingly consume substances that could explain what we observed on the tapes,” Culver said.

Parisian will appear in court again on May 26.

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https://www.smh.com.au/national/nsw/a-predator-and-a-monster-man-filmed-hour-long-sexual-assault-20230427-p5d3vp.html?ref=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_source=rss_national_nsw Victim tells court he’s a ‘predator’

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